Mar 17, 2008 6:24 pm
Hey Guys and Dollz
I hope everyone is well here.
Its been a little while since I last posted
Just wondering if anyone out there has the Electrolux E:line Duo Oven EUEE63AS??
And if so, what your experiences are?
Or even in general with Electrolux appliances...
Any feedback would be Greatly appreciated
Thanx for reading
Re: Electrolux E:line Duo Oven EUEE63AS7
Mar 17, 2008 9:44 pm
We have most of our stuff from them - oven & cooktop were already in the house, but from Electrolux (prev. Email) we've got a simpson washing machine & dryer, Kelvinator fridge & a number of split systems (in both places) a simpson & an Electrolux dishwasher. We have family that work for them!
The only prob we've ever really had is new seals required in a 5yo dishwasher, and our new one last june was recalled for a wiring fix (to prevent the chance of it catching fire..... )
From our experience, and that of the in-laws, I'd have no hesitation in using them. The only complaint is the series of fan-forced wall ovens they had out 2-3 years ago don't cook very evenly, and it's the same deal with 3 different ovens.
Re: Electrolux E:line Duo Oven EUEE63AS9
Mar 19, 2008 9:55 am
I'm looking at the E:line double oven, so would be interested to hear how you go if you get the duo. I've heard good things about Electrolux (and AEG and Westinghouse - all made by the same people i've heard), and like the size of them. So many of the European brands look good but when you open them up the usable volume is tiny. Size is really important to me
Re: Electrolux E:line Duo Oven EUEE63AS10
Mar 19, 2008 12:23 pm
Thanks for your post.
To be hones though we are only just getting the models together to ensure everything fits in the kitchen. I wont have anything live until around October or November.
But Im happy to report back after that and share my thoughts.
Thanks for everyones 2c
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