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Considering buying Viking VDSC4856Q for only 2450.00. Does it require 220 hook-up? Should I buy it? What is your opinion?

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No, its 110V if you are thinking of buying the one you listed...its gas and a great range, its just out of my league with the price they ask for them.

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