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Wall Ovens Buying Guide

Our buying guide will explain which type of wall oven would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.

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    Furious

    FuriousHamilton

    Don't Purchase F & P Products!

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    Oven cooks fine, enamel coating damages during self clean option, condensation when cooking ends up all over the floor, seals break easily - oven doors implode. Expensive to get fixed at $120.00 a service, I recommend that you buy another brand!
    At the price of this oven I expected better quality than this.

    Rob T

    Rob T

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    OK but has problems

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    Bought 3 years ago. Generally OK but:
    - It has a design fault that when the top oven is used the control knobs get too hot to touch.
    - It has developed a fault in the top oven that when it reaches temperature it turns itself off completely. We called our usual [email protected] repair man but he said "this is one of the new Chinese made models, sorry but I don't work those".

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