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Vintage General Electric Double Oven and Range Combo
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Post# 737270   2/23/2014 at 22:53 (2,227 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Vintage General Electric P7 Double Oven and Range Combo


72 in. H x 25 in. W (at the widest) x 30 in. L

> Electric
> Vintage avocado green and stainless steel
> Double ovens: Large oven on bottom and small oven on top. Both ovens have two heavy duty wire racks.
> Electric cooktop: 4 burners. 2 large and 2 small. Front right burner has "sense-temp" fully adjustable temperature settings and the burner can be adjusted to different sizes with buttons (4", 6", 8", and griddle).
> Has meat thermometer sensors.
> Has a built in timer.
> Large bottom oven has a self cleaning function.
> Built in light above cooktop that turns on with a pushbutton.
> Two grounded outlets for other appliances.
> Built in exhaust fan that can be exhausted through a ceiling vent; turns on with a pushbutton and has both a low and high setting.
> Lower oven has a light.
> Storage drawer at base of unit.
> This unit is in good condition - both ovens and all cooktop burners are working. The paint is in good condition. Both ovens need a good cleaning. The burner drip pans are old and stained/rusted but easily replaceable. Not sure of the status of the meat thermometer sensors or of the self cleaning function. We no longer have the actual meat thermometers that attach to the sensors. The black switch on the front of the lower oven for the light is broken.

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Post# 737310 , Reply# 1   2/24/2014 at 05:53 (2,227 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Why Cant!

One of these turn up in some other color besides vomicado or Baby $%^& yellow!!!

Post# 737313 , Reply# 2   2/24/2014 at 06:43 (2,227 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        

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This model is not shown in the '72 or '73 catalogs I have, yet it's clearly from a year close to that. The oven detailing is the same as a J 757, which was a single-oven TOL 30-incher.

I'm guessing '74 here. But that's only a guess.

And I second Hans - it sure would be nice to see stuff like this in White. The '70s were a strange time, and not the least of it was the sickly gold and green and brown "earth tones" on everything.

Post# 737401 , Reply# 3   2/24/2014 at 14:28 (2,226 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
I love

Pink turquoise and charcoal, but any shade of yellow is hideous to me, and Donald would have a hissy fit over either coppertone, avocado or harvest, and I wouldnt blame him...although I like coppertone in the right kitchen.

Post# 737574 , Reply# 4   2/25/2014 at 10:35 (2,226 days old) by firedome (Binghamton NY & Lake Champlain VT)        
might be around '74...

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our neighbors had this model and they bought their house in '74, same year we did, and yes, it was in Buzzard Puke, avocado.

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