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Old 13-04-2010, 10:15   #1
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Hi Folks I have to replace my cooker but have limited space as our old vanessa was built in so is between to bulkheads that cnat be changed. Has anyone out there got one of these Parker Cookers its the one that has a 19lt oven with grill and 2 burners one large and the other one small. If you have could you mesure the width exactly as they say its 450mm wide but I am not sure if this is so. Thanks Pete
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Adds for the (Spinflo) Parker Baby Oven - Stove, describe it as:
a stainless steel 19 Litre Cooker with 2 burner hob incorporated.
Dimensions : Height: 430mm, Width: 450mm, Depth: 360mm
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Thanks Gordmay I have seen the adverts and the sizes they quote but what I would like is if someone has a parker cooker if they could mesure the width as on most cookers they give the mesurements as near as not exact sizes. I only have 445mm and read somewhere that the parker could be 443mm. Sorr to be a pain in the Ass but I am sure you can see my prob.
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