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28 Dec 13 Legacy Hybrid double deck wall ovens from American Range


American Range pioneered French door wall oven for residential market and now offers three 30″ Legacy Hybrid double deck wall oven models,
– the AROFFHGE-230 French door gas oven and broiler on top & French door electric oven and broiler on bottom
– the AROSSHGE-230 Chef door gas oven and broiler on top & Chef door electric oven and broiler on bottom
– the AROFSHGE-230 French door gas oven and broiler on top & Chef door electric oven and broiler on bottom


The multifunction Legacy Hybrid double deck wall ovens feature Standard Bake, Innovection Convection Bake, Infrared Broil and Fan Mode. The innovative Innovection System comes with 2 convection fans in order to optimize cooking air flow for ideal cooking results each and every time, while Traditional and Convection bake modes give you a perfectly controlled temperature range between 200°F and 500°F.


The highly efficient Innovection Convection technology uses 19% less gas versus a standard convection oven, while ensuring superior turbulent heat distribution for even results when baking, roasting and dehydrating your food. The American Range employs strategically placed advanced dual convection motors to enhance uniform and consistent heat distribution throughout the large oven cavity.

Other key features of these Legacy Hybrid double deck wall ovens from American Range are,
– quick preheat times and uniform cooking temperatures are created with a 30,000 BTU Bake Burner
– Inconel Banquet Broiler provides rapid searing at 1,800°F using 18,000 BTUs
– 3.5 kW Instagrill broiler reaches searing temperature in 3 seconds
– concealed 2.2 kW Bake Element with the IR Advantage reduces preheat times and creates uniform cooking temperatures
– lower oven of gas double models features Proofing Element Burner for bread making and low temperature dehydrating
– 2 racks glide at 5 cooking levels on heavy chrome side supports
– accommodates full size commercial sheet pan
– 2 lights in each oven are controlled from front panel switch
– porcelainized oven interior simplifies cleaning
– commercial grade stainless steel construction with welded control panel
– easy to use analog controls
– commercial style French or Classic Chef Doors improve oven access
– blue LED lights indicate flame and oven functions
– heavy die cast metal black satin knobs with chrome bezels

More from American Range,
Saute /Step-Up cooking Ranges
Small cooking ranges
Hybrid range cookers


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16 Apr 11 CHIC Podcast #179: The New Deck Oven in Action

Once we started using the new deck oven it became a lot of fun. It makes great bread and I think it teaches the students how bread works better.
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09 Mar 11 Minitube Deck Oven

Until now, quality hearth baking was only available on deck ovens suitable for large wholesale production. However, utilizing the same design criteria as the legendary LF and LFK ovens, the MiniTube gives you brick oven baking in as little as 50 x 53 inches. When floor space is limited and you want a genuine stone-hearth, artisan quality oven, Empire’s compact MiniTube is the perfect choice. or 800-878-4070

Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from jamiep and more videos in the Bathroom & Kitchen Cleaning category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at This appliance only requires a little bit of your time to keep it clean, safe, and functional. To complete this How-To you will need: Sponge Mild soap or detergent solution Cloth Glass cleaner Degreaser (optional) (optional) (optional) Scouring pad (optional) (optional) (optional) Step 1: Bring toaster oven to sink Unplug the toaster oven and bring it over to the sink to minimize clean up Warning: Never immerse your toaster oven — or any electrical appliance — in water. Step 2: Remove and clean interior rack and tray Remove the toasting rack and baking and broiling trays, clean them with a sponge and soapy solution, rinse, and dry. Step 3: Remove and clean crumb tray Remove the crumb tray, dumping the crumbs into the sink. Clean the tray with the soapy sponge, rinse it, and dry. Tip: For stubborn stains, spray with a degreaser, wait a few minutes, then scour and rinse. Step 4: Clean interior walls Rinse and wring out the sponge to remove most of the soap. Then, clean the interior walls and glass door, avoiding the heating coils. Tip: Avoid using abrasive chemicals or steel wool, which can scratch the finish. Step 5

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