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Old 11-04-2010, 05:38 PM   #1
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1983 pace arrow the stove is up maybe an inchh in the back and not flush to the counter. its a project. but interior is nice. and backspash area needs work by sink. thx debbie
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1983 pace arrow the stove is up maybe an inch in the back and not flush to the counter. its a project. but interior is nice. and backspash area needs work by sink. thx debbie
I'm not sure if there are screw up/down feet in the bottom of the appliance. You might want to take a look see. A full inch of difference I don't believe you are going to make up. Perhaps the stove was mounted on a piece of cabinet framing that somehow crushed or failed.
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my husband adjusted so the stove is some whwt flush to coounter the bottom oven is off he also put a level on it and it is off on driver side listing
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