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Magic Chef Range

Reviewing: Magic Chef Range  |  Rating:
bubbacat By bubbacat on
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Years ago we had lived in an older mobile home, so you pretty much have the same colored appliances and fixtures. Ours was that yucky gold. I hated it! We tried to, little by little, to replace the appliances. I was always interested in stainless steel. It really makes your kitchen look sharp. The range in the mobile home was a Magic Chef. It worked perfect and I believe it had been in that mobile home for over twenty-five years and still working. It was the exact color of everything else. My cousin lived there and my brother then we moved in after my brother moved out. I really liked the range but it was time to update. I went searching for a stainless steel replacement. I really liked a range at Lowes. I couldn't believe it! It was a Magic Chef too. Fate! I didn't set out to find a Magic Chef. As a matter of fact, I thought Magic Chef didn't exist anymore because I hadn't seen any advertised at that time plus my range was really old. I knew my range was extremely dependable. Repair free! Magic Chef ranges can't be beat. I stand on my word...the best. The new range I bought around 1997. We moved it to our new home and this range is repair free. We use gas because I don't like electric. I want my flame right now. My Magic Chef is a super capacity. Everything on the range is black except the top is stainless steel. The face has buttons and digital read out-digital clock. When you set the time and temperature to bake according to a recipe, comes out perfect. The buttons have bake-broil-cancel-self clean. Light switch. Oven-preheat-lock lights. Lever to lock oven. There is a timer-cook time-clock-stop time. Knobs on the front for burners with grates. Two shelves in the oven. You use the up and down arrows to set oven temp and time. I will say over and over, Magic Chef Ranges are fantastic. Great investment. Again repair free!