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Old 09-09-2016, 10:57 AM   #1
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Princess Stove & Oven

Princess 3 burner electric stove and oven.
Everything works great.
Also includes extra electric burner, burner connector, 3 drip plates and pot holders.
Asking $250
In Wilmington, NC
949-939-6329
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Old 09-09-2016, 12:07 PM   #2
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Old 09-09-2016, 05:34 PM   #3
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Princess 3 burner electric stove and oven.
Everything works great.
Also includes extra electric burner, burner connector, 3 drip plates and pot holders.
Asking $250
In Wilmington, NC
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Curious what you replaced the oven with. We have a similar oven and want to replace it with something new.
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Old 09-09-2016, 08:12 PM   #4
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We have duplicate Princess stove/oven... Circa 1977 Simply Luv It!!
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Curious what you replaced the oven with. We have a similar oven and want to replace it with something new.
The Admiral wanted a respectable sized microwave, but didn't want to give up the limited galley countertop space in our Prairie 36 so we replaced it with a Samsung combination Microwave/Convection oven and an electric cooktop.
It's requiring some cabinetry changes that will be posted in the Prairie forum.
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Old 09-09-2016, 10:07 PM   #7
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My wife is currently baking brownies in our microwave convection oven. We love it. Good choice,
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The Admiral wanted a respectable sized microwave, but didn't want to give up the limited galley countertop space in our Prairie 36 so we replaced it with a Samsung combination Microwave/Convection oven and an electric cooktop.

It's requiring some cabinetry changes that will be posted in the Prairie forum.

I've thought about doing that, but all of the convection microwaves I've seen are too wide for the space we have. We only have the space that our current stove occupies, which is 21 3/4" wide and 20 1/2" high. Does anyone have a convection microwave that would fit into that space?

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I've thought about doing that, but all of the convection microwaves I've seen are too wide for the space we have. We only have the space that our current stove occupies, which is 21 3/4" wide and 20 1/2" high. Does anyone have a convection microwave that would fit into that space?

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The one I bought, pictured in post #5, is just under 21" wide and 16" high.
The door opens down like a regular oven which works for us.
On sale at Lowe's for $399. If you're a vet/military another 10% off that.

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The one I bought, pictured in post #5, is just under 21" wide and 16" high.

The door opens down like a regular oven which works for us.

On sale at Lowe's for $399. If you're a vet/military another 10% off that.



Good luck.

I did a search and saw that, but it said countertop. What kind of clearances are needed to mount it into a cabinet?
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I did a search and saw that, but it said countertop. What kind of clearances are needed to mount it into a cabinet?
Pretty sure mine's within your requirements. I'll check it when I get to the boat. Later today.
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I did a search and saw that, but it said countertop. What kind of clearances are needed to mount it into a cabinet?
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Our Sharp is 20.5" wide with about 1.25" free on either side for air space. PM me your email and I can send you some pictures.
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I did a search and saw that, but it said countertop. What kind of clearances are needed to mount it into a cabinet?
Correct it is a countertop with feet that are about an inch high. I'm building a shelf inside the cabinet for it to sit on and plan to secure it with some aluminum angle up against the sides and that will screw into the shelf. It will have about 1.5" clearance on the right and several inches on the left with about a 2" clearance above to the bottom of the cooktop. I'll saw some holes in the back sides for ventilation. I have another thread on this improvement and others in the Prairie forum and will post some pics of this project in a day or two.
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Correct it is a countertop with feet that are about an inch high. I'm building a shelf inside the cabinet for it to sit on and plan to secure it with some aluminum angle up against the sides and that will screw into the shelf. It will have about 1.5" clearance on the right and several inches on the left with about a 2" clearance above to the bottom of the cooktop. I'll saw some holes in the back sides for ventilation. I have another thread on this improvement and others in the Prairie forum and will post some pics of this project in a day or two.

Thanks. Very interested in seeing how you set it up.
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Old 09-14-2016, 09:05 PM   #15
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Thanks. Very interested in seeing how you set it up.
You can now see at post #48 in this thread, Prairie 36 Improvements

If you have any other questions, please send me a PM.
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Old 09-16-2016, 09:32 PM   #16
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OK. Now that I have explained how & what I replaced the Princess with, anyone interested in buying it?
Is it priced right.
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