Frigidaire was founded in Ft. Wayne, Indiana in 1916. Frigidaire developed the first self-contained electric refrigerator as well as the first home food freezer, room air conditioner, 30" electric range and the coordinated use of colors for home appliances. Between 1919 and 1979, Frigidaire was owned by General Motors. Today, Frigidaire also produces brand names Kelvinator, White-Westinghouse, Tappan and Gibson. Since 1986, Frigidaire has been a unit of Electrolux.

Frigidaire manufactures only built-in and over-the-range microwave ovens. Frigidaire's built-in model is a 2.0 cubic foot unit oven. It features a Sensor Reheat Key to quickly and evenly reheat foods. A popcorn sensor pops microwave popcorn automatically. It's eleven variable power levels blow away the competition and are always better than ten. These units are programmable for up to 4 cooking stages. A Keep Warm feature lets you keep hot foods hot for up to 30 minutes. It comes with a 16" glass turntable and an easy to read 7-digit, 2-color lighted display. This model is available several different finishes, including bisque, black, white with black accents and stainless steel.

Frigidaire currently makes two lines of over-the-range microwaves: with 1.5 and 1.6 cubic foot capacities. The 1.5 cubic foot models have eleven power levels and four cook options. They have four defrost and reheat options as well. They are programmable for 3 cooking stages. They feature three venting options: horizontal, vertical and recirculating. The fans work at 300 cubic feet per minute. This model is available in bisque, black, white and stainless steel.

Frigidaire's 1.6 cubic foot unit has some added features compared to the 1.5 cubic foot model. A memory cook feature recalls cooking instructions from the memory. It has six defrost options as well as a Super Defrost feature that will defrost foods up to 50% faster. It has 13 sensor settings. This model is available in bisque, black, white with black accents and stainless steel.








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