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Jenn-air 48" pro stlye PRG4820P or Verona 36

Posted by Phingers (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 23, 13 at 9:01

Pulling the trigger this weekend, looking for some quick advice, I can grab a new verona 36" dual fuel single oven for around 2200 I know its not top of the line, but its what we can afford. Or i can grab a jenn-air 48" 6 burner, dual oven all gas range. I haven't been able to find any reviews on this model jenn-air. Its a brand new unit, but its 3 years old, 2010 model, never been used. Its going for 2500. I like the idea of the 48" but nervous about parts as i think this is when Jenn-air was transitioned.

Anyone own that Jenn-air 48" range - PRG4820P that could comment on it i would appreciate the feed back.

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RE: Jenn-air 48" pro stlye PRG4820P or Verona 36

Whirlpool acquired Jenn-Air in 2006 as part of the Maytag deal. 2010 models are a Whirlpool design so no problem getting parts.

If 48" fits I would go for the JA.


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RE: Jenn-air 48" pro stlye PRG4820P or Verona 36

Well i jumped in, picked up the Jenn-air, this thing is brand new, mint condition, has 6 open burner and griddle, 5 hour drive to pick it up in a snow storm, but grabbed it for 2500 bucks, I think its a pretty good deal considering what it cost to get into a 48" range.

close on the house new house monday so i can start redoing the kitchen accommodate this beast..


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RE: Jenn-air 48" pro stlye PRG4820P or Verona 36

I do have the bottom trim piece as well..


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