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Old 20th Mar 2012, 9:14 pm   #41
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For a microwave oven
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Old 20th Mar 2012, 11:09 pm   #42
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I was thinking that
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Old 21st Mar 2012, 2:44 pm   #43
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Microwave oven! I'm hiding the bl***y DAC 90!
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Old 22nd Mar 2012, 2:57 pm   #44
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Great looking fridge! I have always wanted one.

I attempted last summer to restore a late 40's early 50's Electrolux Freezer. Turned out to be a failure got to admit. I got it at a local second hand place here next to nothing, but it looked completely new inside and out. Wouldn't be too hard I thought. the on off and clicking made me think it was probably just a bad start relay. It wasn't. Long story short, the compressor started running hotter than hades and stopped. To put a new system in costs an arm and leg. I really wouldn't want a china compressor in it anyway, add in the freon ban it needs and how I just don't have the space, (7 week old baby boy home now ) is the reason why it's wrapped finely under a tarp on the back porch. guess I'll haul it off. Nobody seems to want it here in Sweden. Shame, closing the door on it is like shutting the door to a classic Cadillac.
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Old 22nd Mar 2012, 5:04 pm   #45
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Hi,

I like the kitchen, just wish we had one like it back in the 50's. The one we had only had a large range until '65. I still have the pans mum used to cook with and I wonder how many of you remember these? Gezza.
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