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Since I've never seen one that ships disassembled, aside from buying one that will fit, or a separate range and oven, one option might be to hire an appliance service person to disassemble and reassemble it for you. Doing it yourself would likely void the warranty and could be dangerous if you don't reassemble correctly.
I Googled for a few minutes and can't find anything you might be interested in, unless it is something like this (an unassembled "stove"): Of course for any given range, taking off the oven door is something housewives are expected to do for deep Spring cleaning. That removes a couple inches off the depth which should make the side profile about 24 ...
I have never seen that. The oven is a little narrower depth wise. 26-28 it should fit thought the door if you can take off oven handle. Take a tape measure when you go shopping.
The self-clean temperature won't get high enough to melt the metal -- and the burner pieces are subject to pretty high heat anyway. I have cleaned aluminum and enameled parts in a self-clean cycle and the only time I have had problems is with large surface-area part (think a frying pan or something) -- in this case you might warp the metal by subjecting it ...
That's not paint, it's an enamel. I think that any of the flame-contact steel parts should be just fine (sometimes there are aluminum parts, which I'd feel less comfortable with). Magnets stick to steel not to aluminum, that's how you can tell.
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