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Very Good Video!. I've always enjoyed your presentations and work style.As I am facing a wall oven replacement in my Mom's mobile home, this came in handy. Thanks
thanks a lot!!!!!
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This video made me feel a lot better about doing the removal of my single wall oven. I am a 59 yr old female and am doing the demo on my kitchen before new cabinets go in....so I don't need to refit the oven. I have someone who would like the old oven. (which isn't really in bad shape but I want a convection oven) I understand the turning off of the circuit breaker and am hoping that if the breaker is off that it really IS OFF. I have someone who will help me lift it out of the wall. I need to know how heavy this is going to be. Does anyone have any idea? It is a single wall oven - Whirlpool the outside dimensions in front are 32 1/8" tall and 29 3/4" wide. (don't know if this makes it a 30" oven?) I am getting a new floor and cabinetry but don't want to damage the old oven.
I bought a double belling B190FP oven to replace my Neff oven and need help on wiring to box
What size was your old oven and the size of the new one. Thanks
On my oven I have a red wire and Black wire and a white wire and a gold crinkled wire. what does the gold connect to ?
First off, nice video! I am converting from gas to electric. I don't have a problem with the electrical, but with the cabinet. The cab is 27" wide, and I will have to open the height... no problem... but the depth is a concern. I have 24" from the wall to the face, and I need almost 27". Is it okay to just build a trim extension to the face of the cabinet around the oven?
I have a wall oven that is a single but all new wall ovens are no taller than 25 inches my open for the old oven is 29 inches tall how do I cover up the hole?
Hi Ron. Great video. I have an issue that is not covered in your tutorial. While I am also replacing a double wall oven, mine is gas from the 1960's. They don't make double gas ovens anymore. So, the best I can do is to go with a single one with a broiler on the bottom (which can be regular or oversized). Even with the large broiler, the cutout is going to be way too tall for the new oven. I measured about 50.5 inches vs. the 45.5 needed for the new oven. How do I install it? Would I need to get supports and then cover up the hole with some kind of trim? Thanks!
I have an old Westinghouse 43 years old that just died. Strange thing is it was a 21" wall oven, any suggestions do they even make that size anymore because I can't find them? p.s. congrats on the wife don't know how old the video is but goodluck to you and your new one on the way.
These ovens are made to be installed into the wall as shown in the video. Some manufacturers may have different installation requirements that should be followed.
Emily LymanRon Hazelton Team
I've done a considerable amount of home improvements, repairs, etc. and must say that this video was outstanding. I'm presently in the process of replacing an old built in oven identical to the one in the video. Thanks for sharing.
do i need any insulation of any sort around the oven or do they have their own heat proofing thanx