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GE Profile slide in electric double range

Posted by olivertwist (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 21, 12 at 15:57

Do you like it?
Is the lower range too close to the floor?
Can you toast in the upper?
Does the lower oven door actually stay open? I tried it out at a friend's house & whenever I opened the lower oven it started slowly closing on me.


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RE: GE Profile slide in electric double range

Also, at my friend's house the cooktop was laying ON TOP of the counter rather then FLUSH. Is this typical?

RE: GE Profile slide in electric double range

IIRC, with a slide-in the cooktop is designed to sit ON the counter, though it should not be carrying any weight.

Toast in the upper? Sure, but why would you? It would be an energy hog of a toaster.

RE: GE Profile slide in electric double range

So there is no way to get a slide in to look flush?

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