Electrolux-Dito - 169000 - 2 Burner Table Top Gas Range

  • Price: $991.10/EA
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Product Details

 

  • 12” (2) two open gas burner top
  • (2) two individually controlled high efficiency Flower Flame gas burners
  • Control knobs provide smooth, continuous rotation from min to max
  • No gaskets and removable one-piece venturis and burners for easy cleaning
  • The geometrics of the venturis and cast iron burners provides the maximum level of heating efficiency
  • Cast iron burners are anti-clogging
  • 12” x 12” cast iron pan supports allow for various pot sizes to be placed over the flame
  • Full width crumb tray below the burners captures all overflow and debris and can be easily removed for dumping and cleaning
  • All major components can be accessed from the top and front of the appliance for easy maintenance
  • Special heavy duty chrome plated knobs provide high levels of protection against water infiltration
  • Right-angled side edges allow flush fitting between units
  • Provided with kit for side-by-side connection between units for minimizing gaps and possible dirt traps
  • Includes propane converter kit, pressure regulator, main shut off valve, and 4” height adjustable removable legs
  • 65,000 BTU
  • 12 1/64” W × 31 1/2” D × 14 5/8” H
  • ETL listed


  • No. of Burners: 2 Burners
  • Power: Gas
  • Width: 12 1/64 in

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    Can I connect this to the gas pipelines connected to my house?
    Asked on 6/12/2013 by Michelle from North Carolina

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    • A:

      Thanks for your question Michelle.

      Truth be told, you can indeed hook this Electrolux-Dito 169000 2 Burner Table Top Gas Range up through your home's gas pipelines.

      That said, we do not recommend doing so. This gas range is a commercial product, meant for commercial use, and tampering with connections and hooking it up to your home line would void the warranty. You assume all risk if you choose to go this route.

      Answered on 6/12/2013 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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