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#31 bonkboo

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 06:33 AM

My wife's family cabin is all propane. The stove is old so is probably not a comp. the refridgerator is about 3 years old. It works just fine. But they are expensive. $2k for the most basic models.
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#32 highchef

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 01:19 PM

Hey HungryChris! I googled your stove and found http://jennair.com/a...tails/JGRP548WP  

That is an awesome stove.

The rent house duel fuel is kitchenaid/whirlpool, and it might be a little cheaper (and smaller) than yours, but does not have 2 ovens, which I think I really like. The griddle in a cabin makes sense too...I may be talking myself into it, but I expect to use it a lot. I've decided that the kitchen appliances are the most important things in the house. I'm not a hunter, but I really like to cook so if they bring it in, I'll figure out what to do with it. That stove is flipping awesome. Thanks for sharing, I do not recall that stove when I was researching the renovation on the rental, but may have swiped right by it as too much for a rental. Hell, the one I put in there was too much for a rental, but my newly wed son was living there at the time so I splurged on the kitchen suite. thanks!



#33 highchef

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 01:25 PM

My wife's family cabin is all propane. The stove is old so is probably not a comp. the refridgerator is about 3 years old. It works just fine. But they are expensive. $2k for the most basic models.

Do you happen to know the make of the fridge? I have noticed that the prices were high, even compared to their traditional counterparts, but I don't want to worry about it when the electricity goes out. Thanks