These photos are of actual stoves we have found, purchased and restored, some currently sitting in our showroom waiting to be shipped to their new owner - and that owner can be YOU! Because of the high demand and one-of-a-kind quality of our inventory, it sells quickly, so be sure to call us for our latest inventory. We can email photos to you if we have something you are interested in!
The lady at the front desk should not be working in customer service. Nothing but rude and unaccomidating. Spend
Would make a great site van or fix the towing lights and register it for travel. Has a big front lounge bench seat at the front next to another side lounge bench seat which converts to a a bunk bed. It has a full kitchen with sink, small gas stove, no fridge and opposite is another island bench seat.
Still trying to salvage my Frigidaire Custom Deluxe. Can you help me by identifying this part on the back of my stove which is where a ball of electricity originated when the speed heat front small burner was on. So far, I'm thinking of replacing the speed heat burner and replacing the switch to an infinity, but what about this blackened thing on the back?
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