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White to stainless

I have a double convection oven in white that I would love to convert to stainless.
The model #911.49012991 and serial # 9Z693005Q. Can I get the replacement doors/parts to change it to stainless?
I also have a 5 burner Kenmore gas cooktop that I would need the same parts to change.
Is this possible?

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Black, white and bisque seem to be the only colors available for the double convection oven. Might be possible to find the cooktop, but it's hard to know for sure without the model number.

In my experience, it's often not economical to switch to stainless steel as stainless steel panels can be extremely expensive (I've seen a freezer door on a side by side fridge sell for over $850... Just the freezer door!)

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