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Help! 27 inch wall oven.....

Posted by TeeBeeNOLA (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 27, 13 at 20:58

Building a house. Want the 36" 6 burner Bluestar cooktop. Not crazy about the range oven based on all the negative reviews on how hot the door gets (120 degrees is pretty hot to me). In present home, I have a 36" DCS all gas range which I like. BUT, I'm in the Hot South and during the summer, I pretty much stick to my Quisinart pizza oven out on my back porch as my primary oven. SO, that being said, I've pretty much came to the conclusion I should get a 24-27" electric (speed?) oven INSIDE my kitchen.

Opt1: Bluestar 36 all gas range with ____(fill in the blank)___ 24-27" wall oven. I was looking at the GE Advantium but several ppl have warned against it. Thermador??? KA??? Fridadaire????

Opt2: Bluestar 36 cooktop with ?????oven????? A 27" gas on one side and a 27" electric on the other side under cabinet??? If that's the case - the gas oven wouldn't be under hood. No clue where to go from here.

thanks


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RE: Help! 27 inch wall oven.....

Not sure why they would warn against Advantium, maybe the 120 volt, but even complaints against the 120 V are rare, and the 220 volt, You would havta look long and hard to find a negative review about those----and this comes from an Elux Speed Oven owner, who loves it!

My self, I would want both a regular oven and a speed oven and Indeed" that is what we have. Like you, we do a lotta broiling, bbqing, cooking outside as we live in S. Calif, but I still would not give up my 2 ovens (well one and a half, anyway).

Gary


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