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Re: Survey about Propane Burner/Oven Range

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agoffin. with all due respect it's pretty difficult for a stove to have an end to it's useful life. gas burning equipment is quite reliable and simple in operation.. unless you want to spend $$$ for a new one, why not just replace the parts you need to?
I've not heard of Force Ten having lousy customer service but if you can also replace the potholders to the latest version then I'd agree with Denise. While non stainless stoves obviously have a limited life span, stainless does at least last and have you seen how much new Force Tens cost ?
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Re: Survey about Propane Burner/Oven Range

My current boat came with a Force 10 4 burner. I an happy with it and would buy another.

Having said that it is not perfect. The auto sparker is not reliable. But any hardware store can supply a manual jobbie for $3. The grill is to small it only manages to toast half a slice at a time.

But the oven is excellent as are the top burners. It is easy to clean.
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