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Cooktops are available in two styles: cooktops, which are designed to fit into a cutout within the countertop for a flush, built-in look and rangetops that are slid into the countertop with the controls on the front panel. If flexibility and customization are important for you, then purchasing a cooktop in addition to a wall oven, instead of a range might be the best option. Gas cooktops or electric cooktops can be purchased, and cooktops can come in a variety of widths—the two standard sizes are 30 inches and 36 inches. Cooktops have a variety of burner quantities (some even have up to 10) and different configurations based on your cooking needs. Options for cooktops include griddles, deep fryers, grills, woks and more. ... [+] close[-]

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