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Old 09-27-2012, 09:27 AM   #15
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Oops hit send by accident, I am on my phone! We have thought about the electricity issue but since we rarely use the oven and still have the propane stove and grill we figure we will be okay. Anyone already have the convection microwave? Can you really use it as an oven? Can you bake bread in it, for example?
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:30 AM   #16
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Deb, that is a Field Spaniel on the couch. She dragged the dog bed off the floor on to the couch and thought that seemed quite comfy!
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Oops hit send by accident, I am on my phone! We have thought about the electricity issue but since we rarely use the oven and still have the propane stove and grill we figure we will be okay. Anyone already have the convection microwave? Can you really use it as an oven? Can you bake bread in it, for example?
I have used the convection to make baked beans. The cook book says you can bake bread, but I haven't tried yet.
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Old 09-27-2012, 10:26 AM   #18
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Yes, We considered the same conversion to remove and replace the propane oven with a C/microwave. The new parts cost was prohibitive ($$$)and no one responded with a trade / exchange offer. So, we have a WM microwave ($60) strapped to a cutting board wihich is velcro attached to the counter between the stove and double sink.

The FC20 has one of the (if not the largest) larger counter space galleys in the AS line up. So we have the best of both worlds with the ease - and lower cost to replace -microwave oven should the need arise ... oh, yes, I almost forgot ... the convection oven part. Wife loves the stainless Cuisinart convection / toaster oven ($75) that matches perfectly and sits on top of the stove/oven combo. She shares bread, muffins, chocolate chip cookies, etc. every time out. When off shore power (usually), we quickly and easily power up with just one of our EU 2000s ... one higher load electric appliance at a time, however.
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