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I am moving into a house that needs a new oven. We aren't going to renovate the entire kitchen; we just want to swap out the oven. The current cabinet space for the oven can hold at most a 27 inch oven. I know that most modern 30"+ ovens are big enough to hold a 3/4 sheet pan (which measures 21" x 15"), however, most 27" ovens I've seen are not big enough. We are currently in the process of scouring the stores, pan-in-hand, to see if any are large enough, but I figured I'd ask here first. Are we out of luck? Are there any 27" ovens that are wide enough to accomodate a 3/4 sheet pan?

Edit: Should I mark this community wiki?

Update: The KitchenAid True Convection Architect 27" has interior dimensions of 22" width, 16" height, and 18.75" depth, which appears to be just big enough for a 3/4 sheet pan.

Update #2: It turns out my cabinet was just wide enough to actually fit a 30" oven, so this question is now pretty much moot for me. I'm going to leave it open for a while in case anyone else was interested in the answers.

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Don't go solely by the measurements -- Bring a pan to the store. –  Chris Cudmore Jun 3 '11 at 15:02
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I'm still going to try them out with a pan; I just want to know if there are other brands to look at (so I can find stores that carry them). –  ESultanik Jun 3 '11 at 16:42
    
No reason to make this community wiki; this question won't have an unlimited number of valid answers. –  Neil Fein Jun 20 '11 at 1:49
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If the KitchenAid is the right size why don't you add it as an answer and accept your own answer? –  mfg Jun 20 '11 at 2:20
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Update: The KitchenAid True Convection Architect 27" has interior dimensions of 22" width, 16" height, and 18.75" depth, which appears to be just big enough for a 3/4 sheet pan. (per OP)

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I've worked with an earlier model of the GE Profile Advantium. It's actually a super awesome oven.

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