GE PS950SFSS Electric Gas Range Review

GE PS950SFSS Electric Gas Range Review
Written by Alyssia Walmsley

When it comes to electronic and other devices, GE or General Electric is a well known brand name that is known for their high quality products and for their durability. This gas range stove top cooking range by GE is made with solid construction that is long lasting and durable. It is a onetime investment into a high quality product that is well built. The size of the gas range is ideal for most kitchens where all sorts of pots and pans can fit perfectly on the heating element that is flexible. Majority of the users of this gas range has been using it for years without any complaints and have praised its durability and recommended it to others.


  • Weight: 225 pounds
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Color: Stainless Steel
  • Voltage: 240 volts
  • Fifth element warming zone
  • Self clean oven
  • Fuel type: Electric
  • Equipped with User manual

Key features

One of the best features of GE appliances like this gas range is their customer services and their after sale services. Buying a gas range from GE means you can be sure that in case of any problems relating to the stove, a representative can simply provide an in home service to replace any defective parts, as long as it is included in the one year warranty.

With its double oven that is 6.6 cu it has a great oven capacity where you can cook multiple dishes at the same time in two ovens.The cleaning process of this gas range is also quite simple and easy and instructions on proper cleaning and maintenance are provided in the user manual.


  • There is a 12 hour auto shut off option where the range has been working nonstop for 12 hours.
  • It has a self clean roller rack that enables the user to have access to items easily.
  • It has glass touch controls.
  • It is equipped with expandable bridge zones.
  • It is equipped with a double oven as well.


  • Some of the customers have complained about the stove top cracking.
  • Some users found the installation of the unit difficult.

About the author

Alyssia Walmsley

Alyssia is a Cornell University graduate of 2003 and a former lead technology development manager for Microsoft and Cisco Networking Systems. Between writing on her blog, Blubbr, she likes adventures and chocolate sprinkles.

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