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Bill55

01:39PM | 04/01/03
Member Since: 02/20/03
20 lifetime posts
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Anyone have any recommendations about duel fuel ranges? We like the industrial look in appliances.

ACD

11:56AM | 04/09/03
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
The jenn air has some nice features, and is made by Maytag now. There are some other high end models, but I have heard repairs on them are frequent and expensive.

What I like about the jenn air is the interchangeable modules, you can have a gril/griddle, or standard burners on the left side, or burners on both sides. THe oven has options like drying and bread proofing, so if your into dried fruits and making bread its a nice range.

tedp

01:12PM | 04/20/03
I just went through this. Looked at pretty much everything. Most can be had for $1500-$2000. Standard, residential stuff. Kitchenaid has a professional model that's around $3k that looks good, but I ended up with the Thermador dual-fuel pro model. Cost around $4k. A lot of money for a freakin range, but I enjoy cooking, and love hi-qual stuff. Won't be installed for another month or so, so I don't have a report for you on how I like it. Try shopping.yahoo.com, and type in dual-fuel. Also, Thermador.com gives good info on their stuff. One of the web sellers of this stuff was Universal Appliance, I believe, and their pricing was good. Found them thru shopping.yahoo.com. If you haven't already bought, good luck. If you have, I'd be interested to know what you bought.

Ted

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