30" Free-Standing Electric Double Oven Convection Range
Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)
Note: Check local codes for required breaker size.
Effective January 1, 1996, the National Electrical
Code requires that new construction (not existing)
utilize a 4-conductor connection to an electric range.
Receptacle Locations: Locally approved flexible
service cord or conduit must be used because
terminals are not accessible after range installation.
See shaded area in drawing for location of electrical
outlet box. Recommended outlet locations allow
range to be installed directly against wall.
Note: 30" ranges conform to U.L. requirements for
0" spacing from adjacent walls below countertops.
To reduce possibility of scorching walls, engineering
recommends a minimum of 1-1/2" spacing to allow
for possible extended, high-heat, no-load heating
Installation information: Before installing, consult
installation instructions packed with product for
current dimensional data.
For answers to your Monogram,
appliance questions, visit our website at
geappliances.com or call GE Answer Center
All 30" GE gas and electric range backguards
are 30-7/8" wide.*
Note: 30" ranges conform to U.L. requirements
for 0" spacing from adjacent walls below
countertops. To reduce possible scorching of
walls, engineering recommends a minimum of
1-1/2" spacing to allow for possible extended,
high heat, no-load heating element operation.
* Except these models: JGBS07, JGBS04, all GE
Profile free-standing electric and gas ranges
Fits most countertop backsplash applications.
Consult Use & Care Manual for detailed
All GE ranges are equipped with
an Anti-Tip device. The installation
of this device is an important,
required step in the installation
of the range.
Specification Revised 6/11