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Thread: 486A1WH Finding parts ID list for a GE vintage electric stove.

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    Default 486A1WH Finding parts ID list for a GE vintage electric stove.

    Model Number: 486A1WH
    Brand: GE
    Age: More than 10 years

    I normally don't have trouble finding a parts identification list for appliances online but this one is quite old and I am having trouble. Do any of your have access or can point me to a list online so I can identify parts for this unit? I am most likely going to piece it out if there is any sort of market. I'd hate tossing it if other people are hunting for parts. Its model number is 486A1wh and its serial number is maz12032 its got two side/side ovens and 4 top coil burners.

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    Hi,

    Maybe one of the restoration sites can help?...
    LINK> http://www.appliance411.com/links/Restoration/

    jeff.
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