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Lady Kenmore: "Retro Oven/Stove - $175 (north hills)"
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Post# 726275   1/8/2014 at 21:11 (2,238 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Late 1960's/Early 1970's, Lady Kenmore Range...4 Burners, Middle Griddle...Beautiful...Works Great. $175

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Post# 726296 , Reply# 1   1/8/2014 at 22:23 (2,238 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Try!!!

EARLY 60s!

Post# 1060809 , Reply# 2   2/17/2020 at 11:44 by ladykenmorestov (Florida)        
1950's/60's Lady Kenmore Stove/Range - Parts Needed

Here is a photo of my stove taken at Easter and the dial I need. The dial has a "D" shape opening in the back.

Can you help me find replacement parts for my 1950ís/60's Lady Kenmore Electric Stove? I have used this stove for the past 50 years and I am in need of a burner control knob for it. It is an Electric Lady Kenmore, Serial Number: 101.939600 (as on my stove), sometimes written as 101 939600). Attached photos show the knob I need and a photo taken at Easter showing the top of the stove. The original stove knob part number was 37517.

In addition, I could use a replacement for the skillet that sits on the top of the stove with 2 lids over it (one can be used as a second griddle). A manual would be great as well as any other parts.

Kindly let me know if you can help me with this. Thank you very much for your help. You may also send an email to me at tandebelmar@aol.com.


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Post# 1060835 , Reply# 3   2/17/2020 at 19:08 by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
Surface Unit Knob For A Roper Built 1960 KM Range

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Are there supposed to be numbers on the knobs ? that are worn off ?

 

Can you post a picture of the skillet you need Etc.

 

John L.


Post# 1060871 , Reply# 4   2/18/2020 at 11:02 by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
John

These had a deep skillet griddle thing that plugged in with prongs about like oven prongs, It was a big rectangular cast aluminum thing.


Post# 1060881 , Reply# 5   2/18/2020 at 13:07 by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

John, we had one of those skillets in the shop in the 80s.

 

I think a picture of the BACK of the knob would be helpful.


Post# 1060894 , Reply# 6   2/18/2020 at 17:15 by ladykenmorestov (Florida)        
1960's Lady Kenmore Electric Stove

Thank you to everyone with your suggestions. There are no numbers on the knob/dial that I need. When one turns the dial, the glass panel above it lights up to show the temperature range. (Some of the dials on my stove have numbers but are a different dial/knob in black as in the photo. They work other parts of the stove not the burners.

I will post photos of the grill tomorrow. At this point, I do not want to attempt to take the knob/dial off in fear that it would break as the other one did. It has a "d" shape opening on the back of the dial to fit on the post it sits on. Once again, thank you so much for your help.





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