How to Install an Electric Wall Oven
Learn how to remove and replace a built-in electric wall oven; includes details on modifying the opening and insuring a proper electrical supply
Built-in wall ovens can look intimidating because they're, well -- built in. The truth is, though, they are not difficult to replace once you undertand how. Wall ovens come in four standard widths: 24", 27", 30" and 36" and slip inside a cabinet. Unless you intend to replace the cabinetry as well, you'll want to choose a new oven that's approximately the same width as the one you're replacing. Small alterations to the cabinet opening size can be made without a lot of difficult and, in fact, this video deals with that situation.
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