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GE DOUBLE OVEN - Model P7 Self Cleaning - $300 (South Brandon)
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Post# 755158   5/5/2014 at 21:20 (2,153 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Post# 755176 , Reply# 1   5/5/2014 at 23:21 (2,153 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

Double oven that's in great shape. If it wasn't for the faintest little heat scorch mark where the door latches for the self clean this unit would look like it's new out of the box.

Would be a great addition for someone who's looking to redo their kitchen with an 80's motif.

Post# 755189 , Reply# 2   5/6/2014 at 00:27 (2,153 days old) by whirlcool (Just North Of Houston, Texas)        

You could take an SOS pad and clean that scorch mark of very easily.

We had a 1969 model that was a double P7, top and bottom were self cleaning. No oven cleans as well as a P7 does. This model could be a 71 model or so. It is almost exactly like our 1969 model was. The clock on this one is a little newer looking.

I think the price for what this is is pretty fair.

Post# 755337 , Reply# 3   5/6/2014 at 19:59 (2,152 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        

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This is one model below the JK 29 your family had; that was the model with two P*7 ovens.

This is a JK 25 - P*7 upper oven, conventional-clean lower oven. It also lacks the JK 29's bright trim around the edges of the doors and the heavier, "glamour" trim around the windows. And it does not have the rotisserie nor the meat thermometer of the JK 29.

This JK 25 is later than '71, because of the woodgrain inserts in the oven door handles. Brushed metal inserts were used through at least '72.

Still a very nice wall oven indeed. And it's in phenomenal shape.

A photo of Christina hippiedoll's Coppertone JK 29 is below for comparison purposes.

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