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Breville made a new pizza oven ($800 clams!)! When I bring this up in conversation with my wife, she shakes her head. She knows the depth of my temptation to add to the clutter of the kitchen countertop no matter how nonchalant I try and keep this conversation. 750 degrees at home! Leopard spots! I would relegate the air fryer to the garage shelve to make space! Eater has a youtube video! Has anyone seen one in action?
So instead of hitting the timer, I had the microwave on high for 24 minutes. At some point, it overheated. It is now showing no sign of life. Should I get someone to fix it, or just get a new one (it's mounted under cabinets). Does anyone have a recommended appliance repair person?
Hello, all. I am facing having to replace my 8-year-old GE range, and could use some feedback. My stove has been fine for 8 years, but was taking longer and longer to preheat, and even at the "beep" hadn't reached its desired temp. Now takes 40-45 minutes to come up to 425. Appliance repair guy that I think is quite good tells me I have to replace the mainboard and sensor, which will be $475, and could also be facing having to replace the membrane and igniter. I'm ticked off at GE, since I don't see 8 years as long enough for things of this nature to crap out. But my guy's advice was to consider replacing, not repairing, the range, given the amount of money I might have to spend on it. Without access to Consumer Reports, I'm not sure where the most authoritative information is on reliability of brands overall, and of specific models. I don't have big bucks to spend, but I I could go up to $1500/$2000 if I have to. My needs concentrate mostly inside the oven, as I run a small pie-baking business in addition to my regular (non-food) day job. So I need good space inside, reliability, very possibly a convection mode if I can afford it. I've got a 30-inch-wide space in my kitchen for a range, and I prefer gas, though I would be open to hearing your thoughts on electric or electric/gas combo models. Any thoughts or feedback about brands overall, or about specific models, would be most welcome. Catherine