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FGEW2766UF

Frigidaire Gallery 27'' Single Electric Wall Oven

msrp $2,049.00
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Faster, even cooking for all your family favorites

Faster, More Even Baking Results with True Convection

Get faster, more even multi-rack baking in both ovens with a powerful convection fan and third heating element that evenly circulates hot air throughout the oven.

Effortless™ Temperature Probe

The Effortless ™ Temperature Probe detects and alerts when the desired finished cooking temperature has been reached and automatically switches to the keep warm setting.

Quick Preheat

Preheat in just a few minutes.1

Features

Faster, More Even Baking Results with True Convection

Get faster, more even multi-rack baking in both ovens with a powerful convection fan and third heating element that evenly circulates hot air throughout the oven.

Effortless™ Temperature Probe

The Effortless ™ Temperature Probe detects and alerts when the desired finished cooking temperature has been reached and automatically switches to the keep warm setting.

Quick Preheat

Preheat in just a few minutes.1

Frigidaire Fit Promise

We promise that your new 27" or 30" Frigidaire® single wall oven will fit your existing cabinet cutout of the same width and configuration, or we will reimburse you for modification costs.2

Cleanup is easy with Hidden Bake

Lower heating elements are beneath the oven floor, making for a smooth surface that is easy to clean.

Smudge-Proof™ Stainless Steel

Resists fingerprints and cleans easily.

Easily access dishes with our glide rack

Rack easily glides in and out allowing you to access dishes from your oven.

Oven Rack Handles

Oven racks are designed with space for you to easily pull out the racks, even when wearing an oven mitt.

Easy to Clean with Self-Cleaning

Your oven cleans itself - so you don't have to. Self clean options available in 2, 3, and 4-hour cycles.

Vari-Broil™ Temperature Control

Allows you to choose between two heat levels.

Ready-Select® Controls

Easily select options or control cooking temperature with our easy-to-use controls.

Delay Clean Option

Set the oven to begin cleaning on your schedule.

Delay Start Baking Option

Set your oven to begin cooking on your schedule. It can be programmed from one to 24 hours.

Steam Clean

A 30-minute light oven cleaning that’s chemical-free, odor-free, and fast.

ADA Compliant3

Certifications & Approvals
Sabbath Mode (Star-K® Certified): Yes
ADA Compliant: Yes
Agency Approval: UL
Exterior
Control Panel Finish: Metal Stainless Steel
Door Finish: Color-Coordinated Metal
Handle Color: Color-Coordinated Metal
Exterior Finish: Stainless Steel
Cooking Controls
Bake: Yes
Broil: Variable
Chicken Nugget Button: No
Convection Conversion: Yes
Keep Warm: Yes
Pizza Button: No
Quick Preheat: Yes
Self-Clean: 2 3 4 Hours
Delay Clean: Yes
Oven Light: Yes
Lockout: Yes
Temperature Probe: Yes
Add-a-Minute: No
Start Time: Multiple Functions
Timer: Yes
Cook Duration: Yes
Numerical Keypad: Yes
Capacities
Oven 1 Capacity: 3.8
Oven Specifications
Oven 1 Type: Main
Oven 1 Bake: 2500 Watts
Oven 1 Baking System: True Hidden Bake
Oven 1 Broil: 6 pass 4000 Watts
Oven 1 Broiling System: Variable (400°F to 550°F)
Oven 1 Convection: 2500 Watts
Oven 1 Interior Lighting: 2 Halogen
Oven 1 Rack Configuration: 2 HD Handle 1 Offset
Oven 1 Rack Positions: 5 positions
Oven 1 Interior Height: 17"
Oven 1 Interior Width: 20-1/2"
Oven 1 Interior Depth: 18-3/4"
Oven 1 Interior Color: Midnight Black
Oven 1 Cleaning System: Self Clean w/Steam Clean Option
Oven Window: XL Window
Oven 1 Convection System: Single Fan
Exterior Dimensions
Height: 29"
Width: 27"
Depth: 24-3/4"
Depth (with Door 90° Open): 45-3/4"
Electrical Specifications
Power Supply Connection Location: Left Rear Bottom
Voltage Rating: 240V / 208V 60Hz
Connected Load (kW Rating) @ 240V: 3.7 / 2.8
Amps @ 240 Volts: 15.4 / 13.5
Minimum Circuit Required (Amps): 20A
Installation
Under Counter Approved: Approved
General Specifications
Product Weight (lbs): 110
Shipping Weight (lbs): 130
Frigidaire Fit Promise: Yes
PROP 65 Label: No
Cut-Out Dimensions
Cut-Out Height: 27-1/4" - 28-1/4"
Cut-Out Width: 24-7/8" - 25-1/4"
Cut-Out Depth: 24"

Questions & Reviews

How do I keep my racks gliding smoothly?

To keep your oven racks gliding smoothly when you’re removing or inserting them, we recommend applying cooking oil along their outer edges.

How do I set my oven to self clean?

To self-clean your oven, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Remove all oven racks – except any porcelain ones.
  2. Set your oven control to Clean.
  3. Select a cleaning time, or choose a cleaning level: light, medium, or heavy soiled. For normal cleaning needs, we recommend selecting a cleaning time of three hours or choose the medium setting.
  4. Select Start. (To set a delayed start, see your use and care manual.)

Note: For safety reasons, your oven door will remain locked during cleaning. When the oven is sufficiently cool again, the door will automatically unlock.

What is convection cooking and what are the benefits?

Convection cooking is cooking with the added advantage of airflow circulation, which allows for a more even distribution of heat. By using the forced flow of hot air, convection cooking produces the following benefits:

  • Cooking time is approximately 25-30% faster than conventional ovens, saving energy.
  • The more even distribution of heat results in food that is more evenly baked.
  • Generally, less heat is required than with a conventional oven—a convection oven usually cooks at 25°F below a conventional oven's required temperature.

What should I do if my oven is cooking too slowly or too fast?

You can check the actual oven temperature with an oven thermometer, then compare that reading to the setting on the oven’s control. If there is a significant difference, some models will let you adjust the oven temperature. Instructions for doing this can be found in your owner’s manual, under “Adjusting Oven Temperature.”

Is it normal for the oven’s fan to run after the oven has been turned off?

Yes, this is normal. The fan stays on in order to help cool the oven.



What does it mean if the oven display is flashing codes that I’m not familiar with?

These codes mean that the oven’s electronic control has detected a condition it needs to check. When you see a code, follow these steps:

  • Press STOP/CLEAR to clear the display and stop the beeping.
  • Reprogram the oven.
  • If the code still displays, turn off the power to the oven at your breaker box and wait five minutes to turn it back on.

If the code is still displayed after you’ve followed these steps, contact your local authorized service provider. 

27" Single Electric Wall Oven is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sleek look & great functionality Great wall oven. The design is super sleek and instantly makes my kitchen look updated. The fast preheat function is perfect for someone always on the go. I also love the built in meat thermometer, as I always seem to over cook meat. The only con I have found is that there is always a fan running, when the oven is preheating, running, and cooling down. I know that's common of wall ovens, but my other oven must have had a quieter fan because I didn't notice it until I switched out ovens. Nothing too offending, just a similar noise to a hood fan. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-02-18
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Owner Support

1Based on single rack cooking performance, not set temperature, using Quick Preheat.

2Up to three hundred dollars via mail-in rebate. See https://www.frigidairefitpromise.com for additional information.

3When properly installed, meets the appliance standards in the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines as published by the United States Access Board on June 23, 2004, as amended August 5, 2005.