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Old 10-21-2010, 07:57 PM   #1
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Is a Sears & Roebuck a Issue?


I have a Kenmore with a sticker on the bottom, "Made for Sears and Roebuck", Model # 911.3378811. Wikipedia says that Sears and Roebuck dropped Roebuck after the 70's and I can't find any info online except for parts resellers who are mostly out of the parts.

Does anyone know how old this range is? I thought the Kitchen was remodeled in the late 80's but either they re-used the cooktop or the remodel was much earlier than I thought.

Is having a old range a "problem"? I don't mind the style but I do worry a bit about a potentially 40 year old gas appliance even if they did make them better back then. The last thing I saw with "and Roebuck" was the range gun at a trap field that got donated when it outlived its owner. It was 40 years old at that point and was still working fine.

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Old 10-21-2010, 09:37 PM   #2
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it is still Sears, Roebuck and company as the official name.

many appliances can be dated by model and serial number.

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that's a Roper range. it has auto ignition so it's sometime after [?-1973 govt stopped standing pilots]. parts are pretty generic- still avail.
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This is great. I've got lots of info here.
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