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LKehaya

05:44AM | 12/03/05
Member Since: 12/01/05
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We are in search of Parts for our Fab 400 as described above. We would also be interested in a complete Fab 400 Model if anyone has one for sale. We live in Macon, Georgia. You can e-mail us at lmick4u@cox.net if you have any information that could help us. The left side oven does not work at all and the far right burner does not work. We would rather replace it if we could in lieu of remodeling our entire kitchen. Thanks. Lynne and Neal Kehaya

sdick1

09:14AM | 01/21/06
Member Since: 01/20/06
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I also have a Fabulous 400 and I am in the same situation of not wanting to remodel my entire kitchen were you able to find someone with some parts my heating element is out in mine.

LKehaya

04:38PM | 01/21/06
Member Since: 12/01/05
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Thanks for the reply. We could never find any parts available, so we went ahead and bought a new stove to replace the one that we had. We special ordered a 40" stove through Lowes. However, we have our Tappan that we don't know what to do with. We had posted an ad on here to try to sell it as a whole unit or any of the parts that someone might would want. We haven't had any replies though. Would you be interested in any of the parts? E-mail us at lmick4u@cox.net or call 478-474-3332.
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