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A kitchen appliance with burners (cook top, stove top, hob). This is distinct from a range which is a appliance with both a stove top and an oven.

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The stove may be one of the more modern types known as having "dual fuel". I have one of those and the cook top burners above are using natural gas while the oven operates on electricity. In fact … even the oven has two operating modes selectable between static heat generation and convection with the hot air being moved around. As such the stove unit has a 50A electrical hookup and a gas line hookup. …
answered Jul 6 '17 by Michael Karas
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It is possible that the element that you purchased has a defect in it. The element may act as if it has continuity for electrical current to flow through it when cold. As it heats up there is some exp …
answered Aug 21 '15 by Michael Karas
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Is the remaining portion of the tube a soft metal like brass? Even if it was steel I would think that you could use some strong pliers to get ahold of the upper edge and start to bend it inward. doing …
answered Dec 17 '14 by Michael Karas
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Putting the stove in the corner like you propose also gives you some nice space to work with for routing the pipe up into the ceiling / roof area or out an exerior wall. Seems to me that re-routing …
answered Sep 13 '12 by Michael Karas