The Capital Cooking CSB484G2-L 48-In. Connoisseurian Series LP Dual Fuel Self-clean Range with Six Sealed Burners and 12-In. Griddle combines the most powerful range top burners available for domestic use with all the innovative features of Capital's electric oven, including the groundbreaking Moist mode. The result is a range that delivers the ultimate in professional performance for the home cook.
- Connoisseurian Series 48-in. LP dual fuel self-clean range with 6 sealed burners and 12-in. griddle
- 19,000 BTU Sealed Burners
- All burners adjust down to a delicate constant simmer
- All burner have auto ignition and re-ignition
- Primary Oven Size: 27"W X 21"D X 16-7/16"H (5.4 cu. ft.)
- Companion Oven Size: 12"W X 21"D X 16-7/16"H (2.2 cu. ft.)
- 6 rack positions
- MOIST Cooking feature reduces food drying during cooking resulting in some of the juiciest meals ever (primary oven only) Capital Exclusive!
- Bake, Delicate Bake, Broil, Roast, Perfect Convection, Self-Clean, Moist, Convection, Meat Probe
- Rotisserie, Time of Day Clock, Dual Kitchen Timers, Dual Oven Lights, Delay Cooking, Timed Cooking, Sabbath Mode
- All Glass oven bottom
- Ribbon Broil Element under glass for easy clean up and efficient oven heating
- TIMED COOK-you can set the oven to turn itself off after a set amount of time
- Flush island friendly rear trim
- Moto-Rotis Built-in- motorized rotisserie with stainless steel spit rod and forks, inside your Capital oven (no frame required) Capital Exclusive! (primary oven only)
- Thermo-Griddle with a 3/8" thick stainless steel thermostatically controlled Griddle Plate at 18,000 BTU
- Stainless steel griddle cover included
- EZ-Glides feature full extension removable drip trays mounted on ball bearing rails
- Stay-Cool Die Cast Chrome plated metal knobs with Black Trim (Cabernet trim available as an accessory)
- This model includes 6 burners and 12-In. griddle
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