Frigidaire 30'' Electric Cooktop
Quick Boil Element
Get meals on the table faster with our powerful 3,000W Quick Boil element.
SpaceWise® Expandable Element
Flexible element expands to accommodate various sizes of cookware.
Frigidaire Fit Promise
We promise that your new 30" or 36"Frigidaire® brand cooktop will fit your existing countertop cutout of the same width and configuration, or we will reimburse you for modification costs up to $100.
Width: 28-1/2" - 29-7/8"
Depth: 19-5/8" - 20-1/2"
Cooktop Surface Type: smooth surface
Left Rear: 9" - 2500 Watts
Hot-Surface Indicator Light: Yes
Cooking Surface: Black Ceramic Glass
Knob Type: Plastic
Left Front: 6" - 1200 Watts
Right Rear: 6" - 1200 Watts
Right Front: 6/9" - 1600/3000 Watts
Knob Color: Black
Product Weight (lbs): 31
Shipping Weight (lbs): 35
Connection Location: Right Rear
Amps @ 240 Volts: 32.9 / 28.4
Connected Load @ 240V: 7.9 / 5.9
Min Circuit Required: 40A
Voltage Rating: 240V / 208V 60Hz
Control Location: Right Side
Certifications & Approvals
ETL Listed: No
UL Listed: 4-UL Certified
Sabbath Mode: No
Agency Approval(All Brands): UL/CSA
ANSI Certified: No
CSA Listed: Yes
NSF® Certified: No
ADA Compliant - All Brands: No
Questions & Reviews
30" Electric Cooktop is rated
Rated 1 out of
Is throwing good money after bad a good idea?
We did what Ciara above told us to do and contacted Customer Service. We would have to pay $187 for a new glass, wait 7-10 business days to get it, and Frigidaire would install it for free. Given how fragile the thing is (the old cooktop lasted 10 years since we bought the house + however many before, replaced due to faulty heating element), I'm afraid it will end up being a "subscription". Cutting our losses and getting a product from a different manufacturer seems line a much better idea.
Date published: 2019-05-10
Rated 1 out of
Weaker than a mason jar
We installed it about a month ago. While it was a pain to keep it clean, I was happy with its look and the heat it produced. Until...I accidentally dropped a small mason jar on it. To my shock and disbelief, it was NOT the mason jar that shattered, it was THE cooktop! Really? Ceramic cooktop glass is weaker than a mason jar glass? Is this a freak accident or a SERIOUS quality issue? Their manual says that: do not drop HEAVY or HARD objects as the cooktop MAY crack.. Well, they were so wrong! You don't need heavy objects, its enough a small mason jar (I wish I could upload the photo - tried - did not work) and the cooktop will "SHATTER", not crack. Interestingly, I just read another review on this cooktop at the home depot site, where this cooktop cracked after putting a hot pan on it. Frigidaire support bluntly recited their cooktop care instructions, no mention of hot pans though.. This is a new model, and the fact that the ceramic glass used in this cooktop is weaker than a mason jar (my experience) and that it cracks on a contact with a hot pan (home depot review), I think we are uncovering serious issue here...
Date published: 2019-05-08