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Electrolux® 30'' Slide-In Range, Stainless Steel, EW30IS6CJS

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    The evolution from an open fire to a stove was an incredible step forward for cooking-and so is the Electrolux® 30'' Slide-In Range, EW30IS6CJS. It uses incredible induction technology to cook, boil, and bake in a fraction of the time. Even the stainless steel finish is highly advanced. Prepare to step into the future with this Electrolux range.
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified: No
  • Mfg. number: EW30IS6CJS
  • Perfect Pair® dual ovens: cook a different dish at a different temperature in each oven
  • Induction stovetop: amazing magnetic field technology cooks food in an incredibly short time while slashing energy requirements
  • PerfectConvect®: includes a third convection element for consistently even results, up to 30% faster cooking times, and even more baking options
  • Luxury-Glide® oven racks: a ball bearing system makes racks extend effortlessly
  • Wave-Touch® controls: built-in controls appear and fade away at a touch
  • "My Favourite" settings: customize settings to meet your needs, making the options you want available at the touch of a button
  • Perfect Turkey® button: helps ensure moist, delicious holiday meals
  • Dimensions: 30" w. x 45½" d. x 36 5/8" h.
  • Please click on the Specifications & Warranty tab above for more information
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    The evolution from an open fire to a stove was an incredible step forward for cooking-and so is the Electrolux® 30'' Slide-In Range, EW30IS6CJS. It uses incredible induction technology to cook, boil, and bake in a fraction of the time. Even the stainless steel finish is highly advanced. Prepare to step into the future with this Electrolux range.
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified: No
  • Mfg. number: EW30IS6CJS
  • Perfect Pair® dual ovens: cook a different dish at a different temperature in each oven
  • Induction stovetop: amazing magnetic field technology cooks food in an incredibly short time while slashing energy requirements
  • PerfectConvect®: includes a third convection element for consistently even results, up to 30% faster cooking times, and even more baking options
  • Luxury-Glide® oven racks: a ball bearing system makes racks extend effortlessly
  • Wave-Touch® controls: built-in controls appear and fade away at a touch
  • "My Favourite" settings: customize settings to meet your needs, making the options you want available at the touch of a button
  • Perfect Turkey® button: helps ensure moist, delicious holiday meals
  • Dimensions: 30" w. x 45½" d. x 36 5/8" h.
  • Please click on the Specifications & Warranty tab above for more information

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Burners and elements
Back Left Element 7" Induction-1900W/2600W
Back Right Element 6" Induction-1500W/1900W
Drip Trays Not Applicable
Expandable Elements None
Front Left Element 8" Induction-2400W/3400W
Front Right Element 10" Induction-2500W/3400W
Misc. Cooktop Feature(s) Cooler Cooktop
Colour
Accent Stainless Steel
Controls
Control Panel Material Stainless Steel
Cooktop features
1st Expandable Element 0
2nd Expandable Element 0
Cooktop material Stainless Steel
Warming Zone No
Warming Zone (W) 0
Design
Colour Stainless Steel
Control Panel Lighting None
Energuide Rating (kWh/Year) 0
Venting system No
Wheels/Legs Adjustable Legs
Design Features
Product depth (in.) 25.75
Product height (in.) 36.0
Product weight (lb.) 260.0
Product width (in.) 30.0
Dimensions and weight
Cutout Depth (In.) 21.75
Cutout Height (In.) 35.75
Cutout Width (In.) 30.0
Operational Features
ENERGY STAR® Qualified No
Oven Accessories (Included) Temp.Probe & Broil Pan
General features
Downdraft Cartridge included Not Applicable
Downdraft Venting Option No
Small Appliance Outlet(s) None
Type of Timer Prc Touch Control
Lower oven features
Sabbath mode Yes
Oven features
Bake Element Pass 8
Bake Element Power (W) 2500
Broil Element Pass 8
Broil Element Power (W) 4000
Capacity (cu. ft.) 4.2
Cavity Material Porcelain On Steel
Convection Conversion Yes
Convection Element Yes
Convection Element Power (W) 2500
Convection Fan 2 Speed
Door Material Stainless Steel
Hidden Bake Element Yes
Misc. Oven Feature(s) Drawer is a Second Oven
Number Of Rack Positions 7
Number of Racks 3
Oven Interior Depth (In.) 18
Oven Interior Height (In.) 16.5
Oven Interior Width (In.) 24.12
Oven Lights 2
Oven Type Self-Clean Convection
Oven Window Extra Large
Specialty Racks (Included) None
Warming Drawer Yes
Warming Drawer Power (W) 1500
Safety features
Hot-surface indicator lights 4
Warranty Information
All - Labour 1 year
All - Parts 1 year
Breakage-Cooktop Glass - Labour 1 year
Breakage-Cooktop Glass - Parts 5 years
Electronic Controls - Labour 1 year
Electronic Controls - Parts 1 year
Elements - Labour 1 year
Elements - Parts 5 years
Porcelain Liner&Inner Dr - Labour 1 year
Porcelain Liner&Inner Dr - Parts 1 year
Back Left Element
Back Right Element
Drip Trays
Drip Trays: Stainless steel drip tray on rollers is designed to make cleaning a snap. Any spillage from an open burner will be captured on the drip tray.
Expandable Elements
Front Left Element
Front Right Element
Misc. Cooktop Feature(s)
Accent
Control Panel Material
1st Expandable Element
Expandable Elements: There are two elements in one location. It looks like one large circular element, but hidden within it is a smaller circular element with a lower wattage. Ideal for cooking jobs r
2nd Expandable Element
Expandable Elements: There are two elements in one location. It looks like one large circular element, but hidden within it is a smaller circular element with a lower wattage. Ideal for cooking jobs r
Cooktop material
Cooktop Material: Porcelain on Steel: This is the standard, classic finish. It's efficient and easy to clean.Stainless Steel - Extremely durable, stain resistant and good-looking, Stainless steel is
Warming Zone
Warming Zone: An area on the Cooktop glass of the range that keeps food warm, but won't cook it. The temperature ranges from about 160 - 170 degrees F. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element uses.
Warming Zone (W)
Warming Zone Watts: An area on the Cooktop glass of the range that keeps food warm, but won't cook it. The temperature ranges from about 160 - 170 degrees F. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element uses.
Colour
Control Panel Lighting
Control Panel Lighting: Night Light and Work Light: Casts a bright light on your work area
Energuide Rating (kWh/Year)
EnerGuide Rating (kWh/Year): rating is your guide to energy efficiency. It tells you how energy efficient a particular model is. The label provides information on the amount of kWh per year the model
Venting system
Wheels/Legs
Rollers / Wheels: Adjustable rollers on the bottom of the refrigerator make it easy to move it away from the wall for quick clean-ups. Adjustable rollers can also serve as levelers when a kitchen floor is uneven.
Product depth (in.)
Product height (in.)
Product weight (lb.)
Product width (in.)
Cutout Depth (In.)
Cutout Depth (In.): Refers to the dimensions of the kitchen cabinetry or counter opening required for installation. Actual cutouts should only be done when the item is in the home. Measurements are a guide only.
Cutout Height (In.)
Cutout Height (In.): Refers to the dimensions of the kitchen cabinetry or counter opening required for installation. Actual cutouts should only be done when the item is in the home. Measurements are a guide only.
Cutout Width (In.)
Cutout Width (In.): Refers to the dimensions of the kitchen cabinetry or counter opening required for installation. Actual cutouts should only be done when the item is in the home. Measurements are a guide only.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
Appliances become ENERGY STAR qualified products when they meet the minimum energy efficiency requirements, as set out in the Energy Efficiency Act and Energy Efficiency Regulations; and the prescrib
Oven Accessories (Included)
Oven Accessories (Included): Temperature Probe - A cooking tool that can be inserted into food to check that it is cooked through.Rotisserie - A skewer inserted into a meat roast or chicken will rota
Downdraft Cartridge included
Downdraft Venting Option
Downdraft Venting Option: Stale cooking air is drawn down through a vent in the centre of the stove and vented outside. Fans: Available in three speeds: 1, 2 or 3-speed.Variable Speed: The speed of the fan can be adjusted.
Small Appliance Outlet(s)
Small Appliance Outlet(s) Standard: An electrical outlet is located on the control panel for plugging in kettles, toasters, etcTimed: Small appliances can be plugged into the control panel and a start/shut-off time set for the appliance.
Type of Timer
Type of Timer: There are a range of features available to help you run a well-organized kitchen.Basic Timer: Time of Day Timer: A clock is built in to the range and will allow you to turn on/off and
Sabbath mode
Sabbath Mode: The sabbath mode allows tones, lights and error messages to be over-ridden. The oven will not automatically shut off after 12 hours and a set temperature can be maintained for extended p
Bake Element Pass
Bake Element Pass: Bakes food from using the bottom element. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element will use.
Bake Element Power (W)
Bake Element Watts: Bakes food from using the bottom element. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element will use.
Broil Element Pass
Broil Element Pass: Cooks food from the top down. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element will use.
Broil Element Power (W)
Broil Element Watts: Cooks food from the top down. Number of watts shown will be the maximum number of watts the element will use.
Capacity (cu. ft.)
Oven Capacity(Cu./Ft.): Refers to the size of the oven interior. All measurements are in cubic feet.
Cavity Material
Cavity Material: Porcelain on Steel: A traditional cavity material for ovens. Stainless Steel oven interior: Increasingly popular, this modern material is long lasting, resists stains and is very easy to clean.
Convection Conversion
Convection Conversion: Great convection results can be achieved with the convection conversion feature. All you need to do is select from three categories of foods (Baked Goods, Meats, Other Foods) an
Convection Element
Convection Element: An element located on the inside back wall of the oven around the convection fan. It provides an additional source of heat for convection-style cooking.
Convection Element Power (W)
Convection Element: An element located on the inside back wall of the oven near the convection fan. It provides an additional source of heat for convection-style cooking. Number of watts shown will be
Convection Fan
Convection Fan: In convection mode, a fan automatically comes on to improve air circulation within the oven and create a more even heat for cooking. Because the temperature is even throughout a convec
Door Material
Door Material: Brushed Chrome: A stainless steel look.Porcelain on Steel: A very hard wearing material, easy to clean.Stainless Steel: Durable, long-lasting and easy to clean.Glass: A sleek modern
Hidden Bake Element
Hidden Bake Element: The hidden bake element goes beneath the surface. Because the baking element is not exposed, the hidden bake element provides more evenly balanced heat distribution by warming bot
Misc. Oven Feature(s)
Number Of Rack Positions
Rack Position Options: Brackets or built-in ledges allow racks to be placed at different heights to accommodate a variety of cooking dish and pan sizes.
Number of Racks
Refers to the number of cooking racks available with an oven. Standard ovens contain two racks. Convection ovens will accommodate three or more racks because an even source of heat is supplied throughout the oven.
Oven Interior Depth (In.)
Oven Interior Height (In.): Describes the interior width, depth and height of the range.
Oven Interior Height (In.)
Oven Interior Height (In.): Describes the interior width, depth and height of the range.
Oven Interior Width (In.)
Oven Interior Width (In.): Describes the interior width, depth and height of the range.
Oven Lights
Oven Light(s): A light inside the oven can be turned on so you can see the food while it is cooking. In the automatic version, a light will come on when the door is opened. There is a toggle switch on the backguard.
Oven Type
Oven Type: Some have element with fan. Standard Clean: A basic oven that must be manually cleaned.Self-Clean: The oven can be heated to a very high temperature to incinerate food drippings, spills an
Oven Window
Oven Window: The progress of the cooking can be viewed without opening the oven door.Glass Extra Large: A larger window makes it easy to check the progress of the cooking without opening the oven door.
Specialty Racks (Included)
Specialty Racks (Included): A handy rack that fits on top of the broiling pan so air can circulate around the food to promote even cooking.Dehydration Rack - A grid-like rack for drying food.Combina
Warming Drawer
Warming Drawer: This built-in feature keeps food warm or can keep plates warm before dinner, in a pull-out drawer without overcooking it.
Warming Drawer Power (W)
Warming Drawer Watts: This built-in feature keeps food warm or can keep plates warm before dinner, in a pull-out drawer without overcooking it.
Hot-surface indicator lights
Hot Surface Light: A safety feature for glass rangetops. When the heat is turned off on a glass rangetop, the surface remains very hot. To warn you that the surface is still hot, the surface indicator
All - Labour
All - Parts
Breakage-Cooktop Glass - Labour
Breakage-Cooktop Glass - Parts
Electronic Controls - Labour
Electronic Controls - Parts
Elements - Labour
Elements - Parts
Porcelain Liner&Inner Dr - Labour
Porcelain Liner&Inner Dr - Parts
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Range I have had my range for about a month now and love it! Everything cooks much faster, I have never cooked with convection before it is fabulous!
Date published: 2014-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Très grand rond J'ai lu toutes les évaluations... mais personne ne porte de commentaires sur le plus grand rond... qui selon mon expérience ne veut pas fonctionner à High ou Pb, pourtant avec les mêmes accessoires que pour les autres ronds. Je serais très contente si quelqu'un ajoutait un mot sur vos expériences...
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So frustrated I purchased this range on November 2013. On second day it catch on Fire and took 20 days to fix it. One month later, the fan stopped working and took another 20 days to fix it. Third time happened July 8th and still waiting for repair. Electrolux refused to pay any reimbursement or exchange the range. I sent an email with all details to Electrolux, but no answer. I am so disappointed and frustrated because of all wasting time, energy and money .
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love it-BUT- Problems w/Fan Noise and Error Codes I've had it for a few months and we love the induction - never go back to regular stove-top cooking. However, we are now experiencing fan noises from the stove and when we activate certian burners + F11 codes affecting functionality like turning off timers and using stove features. I'll let you know how Sears Support treats us - submitting a service call now.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Things to know I just had my stove delivered today and it's so wonderful however there are a few things that would have been nice to know before I bought it. I'm sure many may already know these things but if replacing a typical stove with a slide in, there are definite considerations you need to know. 1) The wall outlet for the plug has to be in a certain location on the wall otherwise the stove may not slide in tight. I will have our moved down 3 inches as the look is worth it. 2) Slide in stoves are intended to be completely covered on the sides so if replacing a typical stove with a slide in you will have a 2 inch gap from back of the stove to the wall. Again, it was a fix I was will to make and will add a piece of marble to the wall to fill the gap. 3) the sides are not finished like a typical stove (slide in concept) and even when fitted in proper place, the counter wall/side on either side of the stove comes to the depth of the cabinet, not the depth of the counter. As a result there is a 1 inch exposed side. Fortunately the side is silver and barely looks unfinished but hubby thinks he can remove these walls and reposition them to be flush with counter. 4) Height is important to note and measure the floor to counter in both the front and back as mine is 1/4 inch difference to good to know it fits or how to plan to adjust the leveling knobs before sliding it in place. If you have replaced your floor with thick hardwood you will especially want to ensure the height will still allow it to slide over the counter without a large gap. So some small sacrifices have to be made to make this fit in a space previously housing a typical stove but once you see this beauty in place it seems worth it.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product We are enjoying the recent purchase, which replaced our previous Kenmore range (a long lasting workhorse of 20 years). Have found that the controls easy to use, without much require reference to the manual. The range has a great look and we have received many complements. So far, so good!
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely fabulous appliance! We purchased the Electrolux® 30'' Induction Slide-In Range just before Christmas. We used the 'perfect turkey' option to cook our Christmas turkey and everyone at our dinner table commented that it was the best tasting turkey they had ever had. The turkey was moist and juicy and cooked to perfection and was so easy to prepare. All of the food cooked on the induction cooktop cooked in half the time...we had time to play games while the dinner cooked...We also used the lower oven to keep the food warm, and it worked like a charm. The controls on this appliance are very easy to use and water boils in seconds. It's such a time saver in all respects. The cooktop is a breeze to wipe clean, much easier than ceramic cooktops which bake spills...this cooktop service requires a light wipe with a paper towel and it looks great. We only wish we had purchased it earlier! I look forward to cooking many more delicious meals on this magnificent appliance which we highly recommend...well worth the money...you get what you pay for in this case.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this oven! I have had my range for 2 years and I love it. I did not want to spend that much money, but my husband did and he was right. It is so easy to clean the top--easier than any other glass top. The elements cool down very quickly which is a great safety feature. Only negative is that the lower oven takes quite a while to heat up, but I still feel it warrants a 5 star rating.
Date published: 2012-12-31

Does this stove have an option to turn the convection fan off? Or is the fan always on when the stove is on?

Asked by: TCS88
Hello Theresa88, You are able to turn the convection element on and off. Thank you for shopping at Sears. Have a great day!
Answered by: Rz11
Date published: 2014-12-10

Frying eggs on induction cooktop 

Asked by: cookinduc
Hello cookinduc, Thank you for contacting sears.May you please help us clarify your concern for us to understand it better and look for the right resolution?You may be able to call us at 1-888-932-1015. Thank you for chosing sears.Have a great day!
Answered by: benedictirish
Date published: 2014-10-10

How do I turn the elements on?

Asked by: Bal4
Hello Bal4, Please refer to your Owner's Manual. Cooktop Control Pad Function Pages 14 - Feature Overview If you did not receive an Owner's Manual, I can send you one. Please advise me if you would like one mailed to your or would your prefer a copy through email. Thank you for shopping at Sears. Have a great day.
Answered by: Jesh22
Date published: 2014-08-25

Can all 4 elements be used at the same time? (Some induction ranges can only run one element per right side or left side at once)

Asked by: Grifter1
Hi Grifter1, Thank you for taking the time to contact Sears. All 4 elements can be used at the same time. Have a great day!
Answered by: cchel21
Date published: 2014-08-01

Please advise the matching hood/fan that one would buy with this stove.  I want to ensure that the stainless steel matches exactly.  

Asked by: langbaybum
Hello langbaybum, The color of stainless steel is due to an electrochemical process that creates a thin layer of chrome oxide in stainless steel and is dependent on several factors related to the oxidation of stainless steel. Thus, there are several factors (steel composition, atmosphere, time, finish, etc) that affect degree of color change so there could be a quite large color variation spectrum. Due to this fact, steel manufacturers produce s/s of different colors. Most appliance manufacturers work with different steel suppliers, thus s/s colors may vary. Electrolux is working hard in order to minimize the number of s/s suppliers and standardize the manufacturing process, but some minor color variations are still possible due to the nature of s/s colors. Thank you for shopping at Sears. Have a great day!
Answered by: Myf11
Date published: 2014-08-01

Cutout Height

The cutout height is listed as 35.75 however our counter top is 36. I just want to confirm there is no issue to slide this range in place as our opening does not allow much wiggle room (30 inch even). Thank you
Asked by: Lionscale
Hello Lionscale, Thank you for taking the time to contact Sears. We apologize for the inconvenience. Unfortunately, we are unable to confirm if there will not be an issue with this slide-in. Kindly check on the installation manual. Please send us your email address so that we can forward a pdf of the Installation Instructions. Thank you for choosing Sears. Have a great day!
Answered by: kwiz02
Date published: 2014-05-06

Cast Iron Cookware

I have an old heavy cast iron dutch oven with lid. Can I use it on the induction surface?
Asked by:
Hello, The pans that you can use for Electrolux ® 30'' Slide-In Range, Stainless Steel, EW30IS6CJS can be seen at the owner's manual page 17. Thank you for shopping at Sears. Have a great day!
Answered by: Rz11
Date published: 2014-07-09

Stove

Is the oven self clean
Asked by:
Yes it is. I'm not sure about the very bottom cooking drawer though. It could be as I have not had to use it yet however it is so easy to clean the second drawer and it is not meant to heat to the extent of the main oven so don't see it being an issue even if there is a spill.
Answered by: Lionscale
Date published: 2014-08-01