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FREE electric oven/range

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Free electric (220 volt) stove/oven/range, whatever you call it. Works fine, we were just given a hand-me-down gas stove that was newer than this one. I'd guess it is 10+ years old, tag insides says "manufactured in the USA for Sears Roebuck" but no brand name on the outside. The stove top is the flat type with the coils beneath the surface so easy to clean. Regular oven inside with broil and a storage drawer beneath. Stovetop and oven door are black with white bottom drawer. The numbers around the oven dial are worn off but you can see them if you look at an angle. You could probably mark them better but we never bothered. We were using it in our kitchen until the newer one went in today. First one who wants to pick it up takes it. Located in Maple Grove.

Measures 36" high, 30" wide and 26" deep.

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