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Old 10-05-2015, 11:32 PM   #71
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PF, we are looking at an LG stove. We are really happy with the washer and dryer we got and have heard very good things about their stoves and fridges as well. Hope that helps. We are holding off getting one until we find our new place.
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:34 PM   #72
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Yep, we got the "GE Adora", but it is gas. Can you have gas? It's everything I could want.
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:35 PM   #73
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I am really hoping that we can find a house that uses gas. I trained on gas stoves and prefer them hands down over electric.
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:41 PM   #74
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PF, we are looking at an LG stove. We are really happy with the washer and dryer we got and have heard very good things about their stoves and fridges as well. Hope that helps. We are holding off getting one until we find our new place.
Yes, LG is the next Brand I was looking at for a stove. I've had good luck with the brand.

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Yep, we got the "GE Adora", but it is gas. Can you have gas? It's everything I could want.
Drat, Gas...running in a gas line is not looking good for this year, if ever. But the line would be close to the furnace and water heater gas lines...
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Old 10-06-2015, 02:19 AM   #75
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You already have a gas line for the furnace and water heater? Why can't you extend that to a gas stove?
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Old 10-06-2015, 02:47 AM   #76
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PF, we are looking at an LG stove. We are really happy with the washer and dryer we got and have heard very good things about their stoves and fridges as well...
I have nothing good to say about the LG refrigerator we got about 4-5 years ago. Just my experience - YMMV.
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Old 10-06-2015, 05:23 AM   #77
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Yes, LG is the next Brand I was looking at for a stove. I've had good luck with the brand.



Drat, Gas...running in a gas line is not looking good for this year, if ever. But the line would be close to the furnace and water heater gas lines...
Don't give up on gas if that is what you prefer, call a plumber for an estimate on running the pipe to your kitchen.
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I have nothing good to say about the LG refrigerator we got about 4-5 years ago. Just my experience - YMMV.
For fridges and stoves I only have what I have heard to go on but I am very happy with my w/d. Thanks for letting us know you had problems with your fridge.
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Old 10-06-2015, 09:29 AM   #79
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For fridges and stoves I only have what I have heard to go on but I am very happy with my w/d. Thanks for letting us know you had problems with your fridge.
Back in Ohio when I was looking to buy my first ever matching W/D, I had narrowed it down to LG and Whirlpool. I had spent a lot of time with the salesman and we had bonded. He said something to the effect "you didn't hear this from me, but the brand his repairmen got called out for the most, was LG.
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Back in Ohio when I was looking to buy my first ever matching W/D, I had narrowed it down to LG and Whirlpool. I had spent a lot of time with the salesman and we had bonded. He said something to the effect "you didn't hear this from me, but the brand his repairmen got called out for the most, was LG.

When I was researching refrigerators last Fall I found the same complaint. Too many repairs.
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