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what parts of an electric range should I save?

Posted by elaineal z8AL (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 19, 12 at 12:38

I have an electric range going to the landfill and would like to know if there are any parts that would be useful in a project. I have taken the glass door off the oven.

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RE: what parts of an electric range should I save?

Here's a small list

Wire oven grates

Broiler pan

Spiral electric burners

Conduit and wires

Drip trays under the burners

Screw on feet

Sheet metal if you can, good for birdhouse roofs, etc.

Anything else that looks interesting

Have fun!!


RE: what parts of an electric range should I save?

Ditto to what Linda said. I can imagine a big sheet of the metal side on a fence, maybe framed in some way, with decorations attached to magnets (old computer magnets can hold really heavy items)that you can move around as your fancy dictates. Gosh, maybe I'll create that myself!! hahaha

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