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Post# 991883   4/23/2018 at 13:10 by newvista58 (Northern NJ)        

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Hi Everyone,

 

I just got that yellow GE Wonder Kitchen.

I am using all turquoise appliances, and

unfortunately a Caloric wall oven I have

is too big for the cabinet. 

 

I am looking for a Turquoise Door to put

on an Early 60's Square Single GE P7 Wall

oven, that I have.

 

Or, the complete Turquoise Fascia and Door,

as seen on the Earlier Rounded GE Wall oven

(attached), to swap with the fascia/door of the

same oven, which I have in Yellow.

 

I would buy the Turquoise oven complete, but

I am overloaded with too many ovens, as it

is, shipping is too expensive and I don't need

another one hanging around.

 

Also, willing to Trade my Same Yellow oven

for a Turquoise one, like below, or trade a Square

Yellow P7 Oven door for a Turquoise one.

 

I hope this makes sense.  I'm at work and took a 

quick minute to post this.  I Def Hope someone

may have, or know how to get, what I need.

Thanks again, Everyone.

 

Best washes,

 

Louis


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Post# 991899 , Reply# 1   4/23/2018 at 15:54 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

From what I remember from the GE wall oven parts sheets I have, the door panels are different on the P*7 models than on the standard ovens.

I am also unaware that the earlier (pre '59) model oven door/surround would fit the later versions, whether standard or P*7.


Post# 991911 , Reply# 2   4/23/2018 at 18:08 by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
GE P-7 SC Wall Ovens

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Did not come out till 1965, and there were very few sold in yellow, pink or turquoise, also do you need a 24" or 27"oven, once they came out with the P-7 ovens they interceded the 24" size.

 

John  L.


Post# 991922 , Reply# 3   4/23/2018 at 20:43 by Flat4nbrain (TIPP CITY)        

I have the correct oven, but wrong color

Post# 991945 , Reply# 4   4/24/2018 at 08:16 by newvista58 (Northern NJ)        
I may not have used correct Terminology....

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Thanks for your responses, Guys.

 

 

Maybe I'm using P-7 as an incorrect reference.

 

I have a 24" Ge Square Wall Oven, where the color is only painted

on the door / Yellow -- See Pic below.  

 

And, I have a Pre '59 GE 24"  Wall Oven that has a Yellow surround

and door, like that of the pic of a turquoise one, initially attached.

 

My problem is, I want a Turquoise oven.  If I could get a 24" Square

Wall oven Door in Turquoise I would use that oven. 

 

Or, if I could get a Turquoise Surround and Door for the Pre '59,

I would change out the yellow surround and door on my oven,

and use that one instead. 

 

I am definitely not trying to cross one with the other.  I know they

are 2 completely different units. 

 

Again, my apologies for lack of correct model #'s, etc.  Any help

in finding the respective Turquoise door/surround for either of these,

would be greatly appreciated.  

 

Thanks again.


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Post# 991956 , Reply# 5   4/24/2018 at 10:13 by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
GE Wall Ovens

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Hi Louis, the ovens you are picturing are all 27" ovens, GE did not make 24" wall ovens till the mid 60s, A 27" oven fits into a 27" wide cabinet, the oven and door itself are closer to 24", but they are sized by the cabinets they fit into.

Hope this helps, john L.


Post# 991957 , Reply# 6   4/24/2018 at 10:20 by newvista58 (Northern NJ)        
THANKS JOHN. THAT DOES HELP...

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The 24" measurement I took from the oven.

 

The opening is 27"  Hope I'll be able to find something.

 

Thank you again.





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