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Old 02-04-2007, 04:27 PM   #1
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Does anyone make a "narrow" stove?


I need a stand alone (not drop in) electric range.

Caveat: It needs to be less than 28 1/2 wide. That's the space I'm working with...

Suggestions are appreciated.

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Old 02-05-2007, 07:16 AM   #2
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Hi,

Most North American electric ranges will be 24", 30" and 40".

Some of the Europeon style appliances is smaller than ours, maybe check some of thier web sites.

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Old 02-08-2007, 12:30 PM   #3
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Back when I was doing appliances, it seems I had a few that were 18". Been awhile since I have seen any of those.
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----From Sears website----- they have different models this size and other down to 20 inch.

White Tappan 24 in. Electric Manual Clean Freestanding Range with Coil Elements
Sears item #02261001000 Mfr. model #TEF242BW

Description Product Spec Reviews (--) Options 24 in. electric Freestanding Range with 2.8 cu. ft. Capacity oven. Features a roomy storage drawer, knob controls, 2 racks, indicator lights and drip bowls. Removable oven door, Broiler pan.



Product Overview:
General Warranty 1 year Cooktop Controls:
Ease of Use Easy-to-grasp knobs Location Backguard, center Mechanical Rotary dials w/variable settings Safety/In-Use Indicator(s) ON indicator(s) Styling Easy grip knobs Electric Configuration:
No. of Elements/Cooking Zones 4 Drip Bowls Chrome, removable Element Configuration Large: 1-8 in. @ 2200/1650
Standard: 3-6 in. 1250 watts @ 240V/940 @ 208V Safety Features ON indicator(s) Type Standard (coil) Gas Configuration:
No. of Burner Cooking Zones N/A Ignition N/A Type N/A Oven(s):
Oven(s), Number of 1 Upper/Single Oven Configuration:
No. of Oven Racks 2 Bake Element 2400 watts Broiler Element 2750 watts Capacity 2.8 cu. ft. Cleaning Method Manual clean Heating Type Standard (thermal) Upper/Single Oven Settings:
Baking Standard baking Broiling Standard broiling Roasting Standard roasting Type:
Cooking Surface Electric: standard (coil) Oven(s) Controls:
Cleanability Removable dials Location Backguard, center Overall Type Dial settings oven control Storage:
Drawer Full-width Drawer Handle Integrated Styling:
Cleanability Lift-off oven door Oven Door Handle Visor Oven Door Type Frameless, full-width Oven Door Window Type None Color:
Control Dials/Knobs Black Cooktop Surface White Door Panel(s) White Drawer White Overall White Dimensions:
Depth 26-5/8 in. Height, Backguard Top 48 in. Maximum Width 24 in. Power Source:
Power Source Electric Included with Item:
Pans & Racks Broiler pan Carat (ct.) close window
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I was at best buy and saw one that had to be 18-24 inches wide. So they do exist.
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