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Old 04-09-2007, 10:56 AM   #11
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Ooops, sorry lulu - it was a good thought in my mind though! lol
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Thanks, Kitchenelf, I'm grateful, but giggling....its great to remember the simplest things that make life easier....lol.

They do of course, exist here, just not in ropey rentals!
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I had a stove that ticked like that when I turned it on. Since I hadn't cooked much, I didn't think anything about it. I thought all stoves 'clicked'.

My gas grill clicks when I use the electric starter.
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