|Item model number||NE59J7630SS|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Capacity||5.9 Cubic Feet|
|Installation Type||Free Standing|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
Samsung Appliance NE59J7630SS 30" 5.9 cu. ft. Freestanding Electric Range with 5 Smooth Top Electric Elements, Storage Drawer in Stainless Steel
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- Ne59j7630ss Electric Range With True Convection (stainless Steel)
The Samsung Ne59j7630ss Electric Range has a Flexible Cooktop which ensures you have the flexibility to cook multiple dishes at once. True Convection cooks food faster and more evenly for tastier results in the 5.9 cu. ft. capacity oven.Flexible CooktopA specialized 5 burner cooktop ensure you have the flexibility to simultaneously cook multiple dishes using different-sized pans. For added convenience a triple burner allows you to go from rapid boil to a true simmer.True ConvectionCook food faster and more evenly with a heated fan system that is great for baking and broiling. Temperature is distributed thoroughly and food cooks evenly for tastier results each time.5.9 cu. ft. Large CapacityA 5.9 cu. ft. large capacity oven allows you to cook multiple dishes at once. The large interior can easily accommodate a big roast multiple casserole dishes or several racks of cookies.Steam CleanUse Steam Clean for a quick clean in 20 minutes or use Self Clean for a deeper clean.
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When you use the oven, there is a repetitive clicking noise that is very annoying. If you bake something for an hour, you will hear the clicking noise for the entire hour.
Don't take my word for it though; do a search online for 'Samsung Range Clicking' and you will see that many, many people are complaining about this issue. On the other hand, if noisy appliances don't bother you, this range might work for you as it is attractive and seems to be fairly well-made overall.
She heard a sizzling sound. Flames shot out of the back, but were quickly smothered by smoke. I quickly turned off the fuse and unplugged the range.
I opened the back and saw that the underside of "bake" replay had burned. There was black soot everywhere.
Last year our Samsung washer was recalled.
My wife says she doesn't trust Samsung anymore, so I guess replacing the burnt PCB isn't an option. We'll need to replace the range with a different, safer, brand.