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Accomodating for electric ovens

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We are currently in the process of scouring the stores, pan-in-hand, to see if any are large enough, but I figured I'd ask here first. Are there any 27" ovens that are wide enough to accomodate a 3/4 sheet pan? Update: The Kitchen Aid True Convection Architect 27" has interior dimensions of 22" width, 16" height, and 18.75" depth, which appears to be just big enough for a 3/4 sheet pan.

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Slide-in ranges allow you to have the seamless look of your tile backsplash without looking at the backguard of a range.Check installation instructions for exact measurements. Disposal Decide how you will dispose of your old range, if necessary.Some retailers offer removal of your old range with delivery of your new one.But as we started cooking on the weekends and surfing the web for recipes, an oven became something we miss. Well I suppose if we were to use it regularly, the cost is going to justify itself.Most recipes we find includes an oven baking process and without one we were handicapped. I mean, imagine baking your own double chocolate muffin ...You have no obligation to purchase the product once you know the price. Our price is lower than the manufacturer's "minimum advertised price." As a result, we cannot show you the price in catalog or the product page.

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The electric stove was showcased at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893, where an electrified model kitchen was shown.

Unlike the gas stove, the electrical stove was slow to catch on, partly due to the unfamiliar technology, and the need for cities and towns to be electrified.

An electric stove or electric range is a stove with an integrated electrical heating device to cook and bake.

Electric stoves became popular as replacements for solid-fuel (wood or coal) stoves which required more labor to operate and maintain.

Some modern stoves come in a unit with built-in extractor hoods. Simpson was awarded US patent #25532 for an 'electro-heater' surface heated by a platinum-wire coil powered by batteries.