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Dual Fuel Ranges

Choose a Dual Fuel Range from Abt today.

A dual-fuel range is a kitchen range that, as the name suggests, uses more than one fuel type. Dual-fuel ranges typically offer a gas cooktop and an electric oven. These ranges are popular with serious cooks because they combine the best of both; an electric range and a gas stove. Gas cooktop burners offer more accurate heat control than electric, but an electric oven tends to offer better heat distribution for baking.

Abt carries a large selection of dual-fuel ranges, from the best brands in kitchen appliances, like Thermador, Viking and Dacor. Satisfy the cook in you by adding a dual fuel range into your home and creating the kitchen you've always dreamed of with Abt.

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  • GE - P2S920SEFSS - Dual Fuel Ranges
    Abt Model: P2S920SEFSS
    Regular Price $2799.00
    Your Price $2519.00
    5.9 Cu. Ft. Capacity/ 20,000 BTU Tri-Ring Burner/ Center Oval Burner/ Reversible Cast-Iron Griddle/Grill/ True European Convection With Precise Air/ Self-Clean/ Glass Touch Control/ Sabbath Mode/ Audible Preheat Signal/ Auto Recipe Conversion/ Interior Oven Light/ Stainless Steel Finish
    Available For Delivery 4-10 Days | Free Shipping
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  • GE - P2B940SEJSS - Dual Fuel Ranges
    5.6 Cu. Ft. Capacity/ 20,000 BTU Tri-Ring Burner/ Dual Purpose Center Burner/ Wifi Connect/ Edge-To-Edge Cooktop/ True European Convection With Precise Air/ Extra-Large, Integrated Reversible Cast Iron Grill/Griddle/ Chef Connect/ Heavy-Duty, Self-Clean Roller Rack/ Self-Clean Oven/ Heavy-Duty, Self-Clean Grates/ Stainless Steel Finish
    Available For Delivery 4-10 Days | Free Shipping
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Make sure your kitchen is set-up properly for a Dual Fuel Range.

When shopping for new cooking appliances, especially if you're upgrading from an electric range, it's important to be sure your kitchen is set up to accept a dual-fuel range. You'll need a natural gas line to feed the gas cooktop, but also a 220-240v electrical outlet to power the electric oven. If you've previously had an electric stove, your electrical supply will be sufficient. But the plug behind most gas stoves is only 110-120v and will need to be upgraded to support a dual-fuel range. Check out our Range Buying Guide to learn more about different range types.


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