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    Default Slide In Range Height Issue

    Hello, I seem to be having the opposite problem that most people with slide in ranges seem to be having on the internet. We just got new quartz counters and hardwood flooring in our kitchen and the slide in range is too short for the countertops. The feet have been raised as high as possible and the range is still too short. Before I build a platform which I assume will be ugly unless I hide with trim, does anyone know if there are accessories you can buy to raise the height? ie. taller feet, platforms that match the oven? It's a GE Electric.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Slide In Range Height Issue

    What is the height difference? 1/2"? 1"?

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    Default Re: Slide In Range Height Issue

    how tall are your countertops? are they higher than 36"?

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    Default Re: Slide In Range Height Issue

    It's close to 1/2 inch higher than the counter. I don't have the measurement of the counter height on me at the moment.

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    Default Re: Slide In Range Height Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by krutledge View Post
    It's close to 1/2 inch higher than the counter. I don't have the measurement of the counter height on me at the moment.
    Mark where the front feet are when the stove is in place. Pull the stove and cut two lengths of flooring and place them from your marks to the back wall. Install stove, install 1/2" quarter round or transition molding across the from of the shim stock.
    I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!

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    Default Re: Slide In Range Height Issue

    Quote: "The feet have been raised as high as possible and the range is still too short".

    Quote: "It's close to 1/2" higher than the counter".


    Two conflicting statements: which one is correct?

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