Replacing wall oven

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  1. Sep 7, 2013 #1

    Shawner

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    Have an old GE 24" that was original to our home (around 30 years old), picked up a 27" GE off craigslist to replace it when it dies.

    The new oven is shorter by about 2" than the original. Will I need to find some wood to stain and match the original cabinetry or do they make some sort of trim that'll work with the oven? (GE JCK680)

    Thanks!
     
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    jeff1

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    Hi,

    Yes.

    Appliance manufactures do not.
    Some places like this do...
    http://microtrim.com/ovenring.htm

    jeff.
     
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    nealtw

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    Check with your local sheet metal shop, see if they can make you something to match the oven, black or stainless?
     
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    Black. After looking at that link, figure that I could probably use aluminum signs from work. Should be able to make it look nice but if it turns out junky, can always go another route after I guess.
     
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