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Jenn-Air  30'' Slide-In Modular Electric Downdraft Range w/ Convection

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Experience outstanding performance. This 2-speed MultiMode® convection system delivers the ideal temperature, airflow and cooking cycles for uniform baking and roasting foods.

Shown with optional buner module, sold separately. Sears Item numbers 02282739000, 02222569000 and 02282743000

Call for pricing and availability: 1-800-829-5854

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Dimensions:
Width: 30 in. (standard)
Cutout Dimensions: See Installation Guide below product description
Depth (In.): 26.188
Depth with Door Open (in.): 49.38
Height (in.): 36
Main Oven Interior Dimensions (WxHxD): 23" W x 17-1/4"H x 18-5/8"D
Main Oven Capacity (cu. ft.): 4.3
Weight (lbs.): 174
Width (in.): 30.75
Controls and Features:
Clock Type: Digital
Color Family: Stainless steel
Cooking Surface: Electric: radiant glass surface
Oven Cleaning Method: Self-cleaning
Warming Drawer: No
Power:
Main Oven Broiler Wattage: 3600  
Main Oven Bake Element Wattage: 2400
Main Oven Convection Element Wattage: 3400
Minimum Circuit Rating: 50 amps
Voltage: 220/240V
General Features:
Power Cord Included: No
Certifications:
ADA Compliant: Yes
ANSI Certified: No
General Configuration:
Element Configuration: Grill Assembly - 1900 grill in left bay, open right bay
Number of Elements/Burners: 2
Number of Oven Racks: 3
Number of Ovens: Single oven
Oven Door Window Type: Extra-large
Oven Light: Halogen
Oven Type: Convection

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Experience outstanding performance. This 2-speed MultiMode® convection system delivers the ideal temperature, airflow and cooking cycles for uniform baking and roasting foods.

Shown with optional buner module, sold separately. Sears Item numbers 02282739000, 02222569000 and 02282743000

Call for pricing and availability: 1-800-829-5854

  • Minimize smoke and cooking odors. A built-in downdraft ventilation system eliminates the need for an overhead hood by capturing smoke, steam and odors right at the cooking surface to help keep your kitchen air fresh
  • Flexible cooking options. Interchangeable grills, cartridges and accessories (sold separately)let you customize the cooking surface to your preferences
  • Easy-to-use, electronic controls. Menu-driven controls guide the user through each selection, making it easy to get the most out of all of the oven's functions
  • Consistent results.  A 1,900-watt electric grill assembly element provides continuous heat from front to back
  • Add style to your kitchen. White and black Ffoating glass designs feature flawless glass panels that appear to float in place, and the Euro-Style Stainless design offers a sleek, sophisticated look

Applicable Jenn-Air cooking surface modules (cartridges) on Sears.com: Sears Item # 02282739000, 02222569000 and 02282743000

Added on October 21, 2010

 

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SeattleAl
Nov 22 , 2009
Looks good, cooks good

I bought last year's model, the JES9860BAS, but held off reviewing until I got the rebate I was promised. It took about six months, due to some flaws in their online rebate system, but Sears finally sent me the rebate I was due. Next time, fill out the paperwork, get good copies, and mail it in physically.

Now, on to reviewing the product. The new range replaced an equivalent Jenn-Air range that came with my condo 29 years ago. It was still working, although the fan was making loud squeaking noises before it would grudgingly start. That was a drop-in unit. The new one is a slide-in. It was able to use the same ventilation duct that the old one used. They just installed the new blower unit on top of the duct. It's probably not as efficient as if it were installed fresh, because it fails the Flow Tester Card test. It still picks up most of the smoke and odors, but can get overwhelmed. I didn't need to buy a cooking element cartridge because the cartridges from my old Jenn-Air plugged right in, and worked just fine.

One surprise they should tell you about - the old cutout in the countertop for the drop-in unit was larger than required for the new slide-in, by about an inch. This left a gaping open gap down behind the range. You have to get a trim kit from Jenn-Air and have it installed in a second visit if you don't have one initially. It bolts on to the back of the range and covers the gap, but the piece itself is a cheaply constructed piece of metal, compared to the stainless steel on the range itself. I covered it up with the old wooden grill and vent covers I bought for the old range that no longer work.. There is a metal grill cover that fits on top of the grill that works pretty good, although it moves around instead of fitting snugly.

The new grill has a basin pan that comes out for cleaning. It takes some amount of work to get it coming out clean. I usually soak the basin pan and the grill plates in hot soapy water for a half hour, then scrub off as much residue as possible. Then I put everything in the dishwasher, along with the air vent cover and filter, and run a pots and pan cycle. The vent cover and filter come out clean, but the grill covers and basin pan usually require some follow-on soaking and scrubbing to get it 100 percent clean. Everything scrubs off easier the second time, though. I think greasing the basin pan along with the grill plates before use may help the cleanup process.

Baking, proofing, convecting are all great on this range. I made pizza and bread from scratch for the first time with this range, and they come out great. Steaks and burgers cooked on the grill are nearly as good as if they were grilled outside.

If the oven gets dirty over time, the self-clean feature works well. Just follow the instructions to a T, ventilate well, and don't leave it unattended.

All in all, a worthy successor to the venerable Jenn-Air that was in my kitchen for 29 years. The new range is a pleasure to look at, and a pleasure to cook with.

Criticism22 found this helpful
MomJennie
May 24 , 2012
Looks great breaks constantly!
Have had nothing but problems and repairs. Stove looks beautiful but my 21 year old jennair stove was more reliable. Has had 4 repairs in under two years of owning the unit and now the same isssues are broken again. The control panel stops working eventually and is on a second replacement. The oven door was manufactured wrong, this effects improper temp control of oven. Now is on it's second replacement. Lastly the grate for grill fell apart after 3 months of use and the metal filter fell apart first time washing by hand. Best advise don't buy jennair and if you do, buy the service warrantee from sears because you will get nothing but frustration through jennair. They have no lemon law apparently so they will not uphold replacing stove like sears will. And they sell you an extended warrantee that has their name on it but it is a private company that has nothing to do with them. Basically they write you off on someone else. Very bad customer appreciation and service. Signed a frustrated mom trying to cook healthy wholesome food for her family!
 

SteelMagnolia2

Haughton, LA

Dec 3 , 2012
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Disappointed

After years of having owned and loved JA ranges, our 2010 purchase--my third--may be my last. I was surprised when I read the reviews that addressed the same problem that I have--a bad control panel. The first two ranges I owned (1983-1992 and 1992-2010) were well-built ranges and were totally dependable, but unfortunately they were lost in a flood. Thank God we purchased our latest JA from Sears and bought their maintenance agreement as well. So now, I patiently await the arrival of the replacement panel...


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MomJennie

Fiskdale, MA

May 24 , 2012
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Looks great breaks constantly!

Have had nothing but problems and repairs. Stove looks beautiful but my 21 year old jennair stove was more reliable. Has had 4 repairs in under two years of owning the unit and now the same isssues are broken again. The control panel stops working eventually and is on a second replacement. The oven door was manufactured wrong, this effects improper temp control of oven. Now is on it's second replacement. Lastly the grate for grill fell apart after 3 months of use and the metal filter fell apart first time washing by hand. Best advise don't buy jennair and if you do, buy the service warrantee from sears because you will get nothing but frustration through jennair. They have no lemon law apparently so they will not uphold replacing stove like sears will. And they sell you an extended warrantee that has their name on it but it is a private company that has nothing to do with them. Basically they write you off on someone else. Very bad customer appreciation and service. Signed a frustrated mom trying to cook healthy wholesome food for her family!


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Carus

Oregon City, OR

Feb 9 , 2012
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Jenn Air 30" down draft slide- in electric

We purchased this stove when we remodeled the kitchen a few years ago and have had nothing but problems.  We've replaced 2 baking elements that blew out, the front control panel once and the relay board on the back of the oven twice.  The warrenty is now expired.  The next time this stove malfunctions you'll see it listed for free on craigslist.  I will never buy a Jenn Air product again. Way too expensive and poorly made.


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SeattleAl

Seattle, WA

Nov 22 , 2009
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Looks good, cooks good

I bought last year's model, the JES9860BAS, but held off reviewing until I got the rebate I was promised. It took about six months, due to some flaws in their online rebate system, but Sears finally sent me the rebate I was due. Next time, fill out the paperwork, get good copies, and mail it in physically.

Now, on to reviewing the product. The new range replaced an equivalent Jenn-Air range that came with my condo 29 years ago. It was still working, although the fan was making loud squeaking noises before it would grudgingly start. That was a drop-in unit. The new one is a slide-in. It was able to use the same ventilation duct that the old one used. They just installed the new blower unit on top of the duct. It's probably not as efficient as if it were installed fresh, because it fails the Flow Tester Card test. It still picks up most of the smoke and odors, but can get overwhelmed. I didn't need to buy a cooking element cartridge because the cartridges from my old Jenn-Air plugged right in, and worked just fine.

One surprise they should tell you about - the old cutout in the countertop for the drop-in unit was larger than required for the new slide-in, by about an inch. This left a gaping open gap down behind the range. You have to get a trim kit from Jenn-Air and have it installed in a second visit if you don't have one initially. It bolts on to the back of the range and covers the gap, but the piece itself is a cheaply constructed piece of metal, compared to the stainless steel on the range itself. I covered it up with the old wooden grill and vent covers I bought for the old range that no longer work.. There is a metal grill cover that fits on top of the grill that works pretty good, although it moves around instead of fitting snugly.

The new grill has a basin pan that comes out for cleaning. It takes some amount of work to get it coming out clean. I usually soak the basin pan and the grill plates in hot soapy water for a half hour, then scrub off as much residue as possible. Then I put everything in the dishwasher, along with the air vent cover and filter, and run a pots and pan cycle. The vent cover and filter come out clean, but the grill covers and basin pan usually require some follow-on soaking and scrubbing to get it 100 percent clean. Everything scrubs off easier the second time, though. I think greasing the basin pan along with the grill plates before use may help the cleanup process.

Baking, proofing, convecting are all great on this range. I made pizza and bread from scratch for the first time with this range, and they come out great. Steaks and burgers cooked on the grill are nearly as good as if they were grilled outside.

If the oven gets dirty over time, the self-clean feature works well. Just follow the instructions to a T, ventilate well, and don't leave it unattended.

All in all, a worthy successor to the venerable Jenn-Air that was in my kitchen for 29 years. The new range is a pleasure to look at, and a pleasure to cook with.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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