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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Three cheers for gas ranges!
  • I wouldn't go tearing down the drywall just yet.

    Find your replacement stove first.

    I bought a new stove two years ago (dual fuel... gas stove, electric convection oven) and I had to buy the electric cord separate.

    I was told that this was common industry practice, because the stove may actually be hard wired into the electrical service.

    So... it is very possible that you can (after shutting down the power) disconnect from the old and attach to the new.

    And you'll save a bit on not needing to buy the electr