Question about GE Profile Spectra JGBP90 Gas Kitchen Range
I am looking to purchase a gas convection oven range but appear to have a potential installation problem. My gas supply line comes through the wall behind the oven at a height (off of floor) between 19 and 25". This seems to be the exact location where most convection ovens fan device protrude out the back of the unit. It seems I will not be able to push the oven flush against the back wall because of this. Any suggestions?
Check the specs on the oven you are planning to buy(the retailer should be able to provide this imformation)they should give you a recommended location for the gas feed in relation to the oven.the feed will need to be relocated to this location.if you are not comfortable doing this yourself (always use caution & common sense when working with natural gas).i would call in a proffesional,alot of times your local gas company will do this for a nominal fee,somtimes for free.hope this helps.thanx for using fix-ya!!!
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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