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Old 10-26-2009, 06:05 PM  
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Default Help identifying GE built in range circa 1964

Hello all,
Have a pretty strange question. We're in the very early stages of planning a kitchen remodel and one thing we'll definitely be doing is replacing the range.
It's (probably) original to the house, which was built in 1964.
It's a GE electric built in range, and it has an ID plate inside the door, but it's so worn I can't make out the model number to look it up to see about installation/removal instructions.
Can anyone recommend a site or something to research old appliances?

The whole kitchen is going to be gutted anyway, so I suppose I could just use a chainsaw or a few M80s to get it out of there, but I figured I'd try something less extreme first.

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