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Venting Old Stove

Posted by Angela on March 14th, 2001 06:54 AM

I am renovating my kitchen and after years of searching have bought a 1929 Magic Chef 'estate' stove. It stands on legs with 6 burners on the left and a stack on the right that consists of drawer, broiler, oven and bun warmer. It stands (I believe) a little over 5 feet tall. It has great insulation and it is really not necessary to vent the stove, but I want some type of ventilation to remove cooking odors. I don't want a huge vent hood hanging over the top of this stove, since it would look somewhat strange. I am trying to figure out the most inconspicuous way to provide some ventilation (and inexpensive would be nice as well). Is it possible to have some type of exhaust fan installed that would be flush with the wall that I could cover with an old grate or something? I have a great carpenter who can do about anything I need done, but I just don't know what I need to have done in this case. Any thoughts, suggestions or warnings would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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