GE® 30" Free-Standing Electric Range


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Approx. Dimensions (HxWxD)

46 7/8 in x 29 7/8 in x 27 3/4 in

About this Product

  • Self-clean oven

    Self-clean oven

    Cleans the oven cavity without the need for scrubbing

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  • 12

    12"/9" dual element

    Choose a 12" or 9" heating element


  • 5.3 cu. ft. oven capacity
    Enough room to cook an entire meal at once
  • TrueTemp oven system
    Even heat distribution and maximum oven control
  • QuickSet IV oven controls
    Electronic touch pads make operation simple
  • Ceramic glass cooktop
    Smooth cooktop easily wipes clean
  • Big hearth window
    Makes monitoring of foods easy

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GE® 30" Free-Standing Electric Range - JB640DRWW

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GE® 30" Free-Standing Electric Range - JB640DRWW

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  1. 5 out of 5 stars.

    I really love this!

    I've always had gas stoves so it took a bit of time to get used to this, but I love it! The preheating feature is a great tool in making sure your food isn't under or over cooked. It lets you know when the oven has heated to your set temperature and takes the guess work out of it. I also like the varied burner sizes; there is one that will fit an enormous pot, but you can set it for a smaller pot as well.

  2. 5 out of 5 stars.

    This product is a great value

    I have enjoyed using this range. It has variable size burners with melt feature on each burner. It has two different timers, a cook timer and a kitchen timer. It has an enclosed burner in the oven which is also self cleaning, The smooth cook top is not solid black but speckled which is more attractive.

  3. 5 out of 5 stars.

    This stove has wonderful features

    I have had many stoves over the years as well as quite a number of GE appliances and I had actually made the statement that I'd never get another GE appliance. But this range came so highly recommended by family and friends so I purchased it. I can truthfully say this stove has so many great features that help with the care as well as savings on my electric bill. I love the ease of cleaning the smoothtop and the oven you just slide the lock and it takes over. Another nice feature is that you can set the timer to bake while you are gone and when you get back it is done. I just can't express how happy I am that I purchased this stove and would gladly recommend it to others. One other plus is that it is made in the U.S..

  4. 3 out of 5 stars.

    Why has oven design gotten worse in the past fifteen years?

    We bought a JB640DRWW to replace our 15-year-old GE JBP75, a very similar model which we were very happy with. Based on online reviews, we opted for this model, but now that it's here, we've come across some design flaws that weren't evident online.

    Beeper volume: The oven timer's beep is so soft it can only be heard from the kitchen. This pretty much defeats the purpose of having a timer - I set the timer so I can leave the kitchen and be reminded when it's time to come back and stir the spaghetti sauce. The 15-year-old oven's beeper had a good volume level - not too loud, not too soft.

    Oven light: the oven light only comes on when I manually push the button on the control panel. Opening the oven door does not automatically turn on the light. The 15-year-old oven's light - indeed, every other oven light I've ever seen - came on whenever the door was opened.

    "Hidden bake element": my mistake here; I thought this oven didn't have the hidden lower bake element. This is a feature I could do without. We're not messy bakers; we only needed to clean the old oven two or three times a year, so ease of cleaning isn't a big selling point. Quick heat-up time, however, is, and with the hidden bake element, it takes a looooooong time to pre-heat the oven. 15-year-old oven? Used to heat up nice and quick.

    Control panel: Why buttons instead of a dial? With the oven dial on the 15-year-old oven, it was a quick task to set the oven to 350 degrees, or 425, or even 175 if I just wanted to keep some food warm. With the push-button method, getting to 350 is easy, but setting it to 175 means one press of the "bake" button, then 15 seconds of mashing my thumb down on the "temp minus" button. Tedious!

    It's frustrating. All in all, I love the smooth, glass-top stove and the dual-size burner and the ease of cleaning both the cooktop and the oven. It cooks well and I'm hoping it lasts at least as long as its predecessor.

    But in terms of user interface design? Come on, GE, you had it right fifteen years ago! Why did you decide to use those intervening years to make your user interface WORSE?

  5. 2 out of 5 stars.

    Cheaply made and frustrating to use

    I "LOVED" my 18 yr old GE coil electric stove. Oven wall was separating - only reason I replaced it. This oven takes 10+ minutes to heat to 350. Cooking surface takes awhile to heat & when set to med. turns off & on to maintain med preset temp. Takes a long time to boil water unlesss turned on high. No light when oven door is opened - has to be turned on manually. If using the extra lg. burner, can't use burner behind it unless using very small pan. Red light on stove backsplash indicates a burner is on but not which burner, same for burner cool down. Used the self clean once for 3 hrs. stove did not need deep cleaning, but 3 hrs wasn't enough. I had this stove for 3 months and returned it for another mfgr.

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