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Old 02-09-2008, 03:32 AM
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Does anyone have any experience in exchanging new appliances in a new TV home. For example, if we wanted a diferent make or model of a dishwasher or refrigerator, is that possible without losing most of the value of the one that came with the home? :dontknow: I don't want to donate items to Habitat for Humanity quite yet.
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When I bought I went to Bailey Industries just down from Albertsons on 27/441 and asked about trading my gas stove for electric. Was told they'd give me a $100.00,in other words no.
This was in Oct. 06 maybe its changed.
Good luck and Congrats on your new home. :bigthumbsup:


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Have several friends who wanted to trade or even pay extra for different appliances but got a big fat NO. Ended up giving appliances to Habitat for Humanity and purchasing at regular price the appliances they wanted.

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I am in the process of getting a gas range from someone and replacing my electric. If it all works out will have an electric range to sell reasonable. It is a smooth top range and the color is bisque. Available about 3/22/08.
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I am in the process of getting a gas range from someone and replacing my electric. If it all works out will have an electric range to sell reasonable. It is a smooth top range and the color is bisque. Available about 3/22/08.
I'm interested. Self cleaning oven? How much? We will be down there in March so it may work out!
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