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    Default Need to find replacement for failed double wall oven

    Model Number: Unknown
    Brand: Bosch
    Age: More than 10 years

    Our wall oven quit after around 20 years. Ready to replace it but can't find anything that would fit well in the space.

    The current opening is 27" wide and 47.75" tall. It's a 240V convection Bosch double wall oven from around 1998. I'd even be willing to replace it with a single wall oven - if I could get it to fit in that open. Not really interested in remodeling my entire kitchen to accommodate something wider.

    I would consider an old but new exact replacement.

    Any thoughts/leads?

    Thanks much!

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    Hi,

    I found 10 that meet your dimensions here: 27" Wall Ovens

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