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Gas: Features coil, radiant, or induction elements. Usually needs a 240-volt power supply.
Electric: Uses natural gas or LP source (liquid propane). These models provide fast heat and precise control. Some homeowners may need to have a gas line installed if one was not present previously.
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Gas: Features coil, radiant, or induction elements. Usually needs a 240-volt power supply.
Electric: Uses natural gas or LP source (liquid propane). These models provide fast heat and precise control. Some homeowners may need to have a gas line installed if one was not present previously.
Sealed Burners: Gas burners that are easier to clean and are most common for home owners.
Coil Elements: The coil sits above the cooktop surface or into a recessed cavity. The coils are more vulnerable to spills, but drip pans capture spills and are generally easy to access, remove and clean.
Smooth Top/Radiant: The radiant elements are installed beneath a glass surface presenting a sleek, integrated appearance. These cooktops are easy to clean. The radiant elements heat quickly and evenly. Ceramic glass cooktops are flat and require that you use flat-bottomed cookware.
Induction: These models work by using electromagnetic field to heat the magnetic cookware with more responsive cooking, temperature control, and more energy efficiency.
Open Burners: Gas burners that have an open space around the flame output area, providing more power. Most models feature removable drip plates that make cleaning easier.
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Sealed Burners: Gas burners that are easier to clean and are most common for home owners.
Coil Elements: The coil sits above the cooktop surface or into a recessed cavity. The coils are more vulnerable to spills, but drip pans capture spills and are generally easy to access, remove and clean.
Smooth Top/Radiant: The radiant elements are installed beneath a glass surface presenting a sleek, integrated appearance. These cooktops are easy to clean. The radiant elements heat quickly and evenly. Ceramic glass cooktops are flat and require that you use flat-bottomed cookware.
Induction: These models work by using electromagnetic field to heat the magnetic cookware with more responsive cooking, temperature control, and more energy efficiency.
Open Burners: Gas burners that have an open space around the flame output area, providing more power. Most models feature removable drip plates that make cleaning easier.
Simmer/Warming Burner: Allows for precise temperature control that easily handles melting and simmering as well as warming a dish that is done.
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Simmer/Warming Burner: Allows for precise temperature control that easily handles melting and simmering as well as warming a dish that is done.
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GE Appliances Gas Cooktops 36
On Display 000002202260
$899.99 $849.99 $769.00
Gas Cooktops (by GE Appliances)
GE Appliances Gas Cooktops 30
On Display 000002465350
$899.99 $799.99 $699.00
Gas Cooktops (by GE Appliances)
GE Appliances Electric Cooktops 36
On Display 000002760350
$999.99 $949.99 $879.00
Electric Cooktops (by GE Appliances)
Whirlpool Cooktops - 2014 36
On Display 000003414860
$799.99 $799.99 $699.00
Cooktops - 2014 (by Whirlpool)
Whirlpool Electric Cooktop 30
On Display 000002090700
$599.99 $599.99 $509.00
Electric Cooktop (by Whirlpool)
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