Frigidaire Electric Ranges

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Reviewed Oct. 31, 2023

Very well designed and constructed
Range heats up quickly
Easy to clean cooking surface

Nice looking unit

Difficult user interface for oven: Requires two knobs and a button to operate, and the instructions for using the BRIDGE function are complex.
Using the Two Burner BRIDGE function is comparable to Indiana Jones attempting to grab the golden idol. Here are the instructions.

1. Press and hold turn the front/rear left or right knobs counterclockwise to the A-B positions (a short beep will be emitted.)

2. Release the knobs.

3. Return the front left/rear right knob to the OFF position, then promptly press and turn the rear left or the front right cooking zone knobs until you reach power level 9 (a long beep will be emitted0). Now both cooking zone displays shows level 0 and flashing red dots appear on all displays. The bridge function is now activated.

4. You can control both the linked zones using the front left or rear right cooking zone knobs.

There is no way to turn on the oven light without opening the door: This is a major inconvenience, especially when cooking delicate dishes or checking on food in the dark.


This range is well-designed and constructed, but the difficult user interface for the oven and the lack of a way to turn on the oven light without opening the door are major drawbacks. I would only recommend this range to cooks who are comfortable with complex user interfaces and do not mind opening the oven door to turn on the light.


If you are looking for an electric range with a Two Burner BRIDGE function, I recommend that you look for a different model with a more user-friendly interface and a way to turn on the oven light without opening the door.

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Reviewed Oct. 28, 2023

I purchased the Frigidaire FGET2766UF Double Oven on November 02, 2021. I experienced the Lower Thermostat failure on March 16, 2022. Cost to repair $53.00. I experienced the Main Control Panel failure with a "F011" code on October 26, 2023. Cost to repair $684.00. Total repair cost for a Double Oven less than 2 years old $987.24 including service call and labor. This is the costliest appliance I have ever purchased. The overall performance of the Oven is poor. Will not hold the set temperature.

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    Reviewed Sept. 14, 2023

    Control panel froze 10 months after purchase, Frigidaire resolution was turn off circuit breaker to reset. Control panel froze 5 times in 6 months with Control panel replaced 2 times. Now warranty has expired. Waiting to see what they'll do to resolve. Hopes not high. I will never buy an appliance that does not have the option to speak with someone in USA.

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    Reviewed July 25, 2023

    I have been trying to contact Frigidaire and no one answers the phone. My range and dishwasher has marks on them and I bought them last year. The glass on range has marks on it and I do everything right. Also the stainless steel on dishwashers has marks down the front of it. I had a new kitchen put in last summer.

    Trying to contact them but no one gets on the phone. So now I’m trying this way, I’m so upset. I never had something like this happen. Please help me.

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    Reviewed July 12, 2023

    Beware that Frigidaire will only repair what they deem functional, not cosmetic! Purchased Frigidaire induction range Jan 2023. Within weeks one of the dashes on the display went out (that indicates the temperature). Not a big deal but since the control panel is electric (no knobs or dials) I worried that if there is a problem with the panel it might affect the controls in the future. Not to mention it's brand new! I called to have it repaired - I could tell they were reading from a script and had no idea what they were talking about, and their only goal was to NOT send a tech out. I was told to troubleshoot? (no instruction given) and then to wait a week to see if the problem fixes itself and call back...

    Of course the display did not fix itself, so I called back and was told if it's a cosmetic problem I will be charged for the service call. I called 3x before they agreed to send a technician. The tech was GREAT, the only reason I gave 3 stars instead of 1. He ordered me a new panel and when he returned it took him 10 minutes to replace the panel. The lesson basically have to bend the truth and say the function & performance is affected otherwise they won't help you.

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    Reviewed June 26, 2023

    I bought a Frigidaire Gallery induction/convection oven in February. The induction cooktop is Ok but the (allegedly) convection oven either burns or leaves raw. The reason is - there is no heater behind the convection fan, and the heat from the base does not circulate properly. Having bought this oven I found that Frigidaire make a (more expensive) range identical except that it includes the heating element behind the fan. They call this 'true convection.' Shame they didn't label the 'false convection' version.

    This range has now started changing the oven temperature setting when the timer is set. Example; the oven is cooking at 375. I put on the timer for 10 minutes and the oven temperatures sets at 10 and the oven switches off. When I reset the oven to 375 the heating element comes on and burns whatever is cooking in the oven. This is an intermittent fault, at first I thought it was something I had done, but it is now happening more often. I telephoned the Frigidaire repair service. After going through the menu, I was informed that they were too busy to take my call and I should go to their website. No offer to call back.

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    Reviewed June 2, 2023

    Our tenant heard a loud boom sounds like a gunshot but found out our Frigidaire electric range just shattered. There is a lot of people who experience it and Frigidaire cannot doing anything about it! My oven is only 3 and 1/2 years old.

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    Reviewed May 30, 2023

    Please do not buy Frigidaire products!! I purchased Frigidaire oven/microwave combo unit in October 2021 for $2300 and after 1 year warranty expired. This unit stopped working due to faulty Magnetron in the microwave which caused a hole in the cavity. I asked Frigidaire authorized repair company to come out and they said that this unit can not be repaired. I spent $2300 for this unit to fail just after 1 year. I contacted Frigidaire and they offered 10% rebate towards a new unit purchase. This company is bad and they refuse to back their products. Please stay away from Frigidaire!!!!

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    Reviewed May 30, 2023

    Have you ever seen a 50 year-old oven still working and has the enamel coating intact? Well, I have. That is why I was so shocked that after six years my new (to me) electric oven was rusting on the bottom (just above the heating element). This means, to me, that they don't make the coating heat proof enough. I don't use the oven that much, have kept it wiped clean with a damp cloth, and only used the self clean option once. This was the first new oven I have every purchased and it was not cheap. I am angry and saddened that Frigidaire put out such an inferior product and I will never purchase a Frigidaire again.

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    Reviewed Feb. 19, 2023

    I received a slide in Frigidaire range for Christmas 2022. I said I wanted Frigidaire specifically because I own 3 kitchen appliances since 2005! Never a problem. I only got a new stove cause I dropped a bowl on my glass top and cracked it. First range was bought in November for my December surprise. Well bent and gaps and heating issues. Lowe’s was nice enough to exchange. Received 2nd one, no bends or gaps, however, horrible heating issues. Heats too hot. Then after 20 mins the temp drops to low. I can’t bake anything!!! The outside is dark brown and inside is raw on a toothpick! We are in the process of videoing and sending our complaints to Frigidaire. I guess it’s true, they don’t make things like they used to. By the way, the slide in range was $1099.00. In no way is this Range worth a penny!

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