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Dual Fuel Gas Range

scotlandyard | Mar 31, 2008 04:53 PM

Okay people,
in serious mess here.
we are fixing up our 22 year old kitchen.
I do have updated GE Profile with convection electric and smooth top.
Does an excellent job. but husband thinks since we are fixing it up, I need a new range.
We are putting in new cabinets and silestone countertops as well.
Our kitchen is too small for a 48 " or larger.
We are thinking 30 " or 36 "
I am also going to do a convection/microwave combination just in case it might be needed.
I have been reading your other postings, so I definately have learned,
no viking, which I had actually planned on getting, but it seems it is a pretty package and not so pretty inside.
Consumer Reports rates the Kenmore Elite very highly for a 30" at $4000
They also rated the Wolf 30" at $5200 very highly.
I am not sure that I can even afford the last price.
They rated only two 36 " in the dual fuel, one being GE Monogram $5000 and KitchenAid Architect $ 6500 (this is not even a thought)

Oh, I love to bake, so that is why electric would be important.
I love to cook as well.
Please I am open to any and all suggestions.

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