Installing Electrolux induction range in frameless cabinets?
This is a heads-up to anyone installing Electrolux's induction range (EW30IS65JS) in euro style frameless cabinets:
* After installation, we discovered that cabinet drawers on either side of the range can't open, because oven doors on both sides (at front of the range) extend wider than shown in Elux's installation guides.
* According to my KD, Electrolux designed this range to fit into a face framed cabinet, not a European style frameless cabinet. Unfortunately there was no way of knowing this, as the written dimensions they specify in their literature and on line do not show this.
Apart from this installation snafu, its a real nice range with accurate ovens and (so far) I sure like induction cooking. But this unit does extend a bit forward from the cabinets, because of some odd protrusions on both sides at top-front (above the oven doors).