[Tall-Corn] Anti-Tip Devices

rjray at q.com rjray at q.com
Tue Sep 14 22:26:33 UTC 2021

Thank you, Sir. I thought I had tried that and hadn't been successful. Since
you said it I tried again and sure enough it worked. Now we can pull this
one out and clean under it before the new one comes. 


Thanks, Mick. 





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Bob- All of them I am familiar with for ranges mount down very low to the
wall and the range slips in underneath them. You should be able to pull
straight out a bit from the wall to get past the bracket. Good luck.


From: Bob Ray via Tall-Corn 

Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2021 2:38 PM

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Cc: rjray at q.com <mailto:rjray at q.com>  

Subject: [Tall-Corn] Anti-Tip Devices


Greetings, If you have purchased an electric, or gas, range in the past few
years you probably know what I am talking about. Manufacturers are now
providing anti Tip devices for their appliances. They are very nice when
installed because if you put a weight on the oven door the range will not
tip. The problem comes in if you need to move the range out to clean or
replace it. 


I need some suggestions of how to escape from the jaws of the monster called
the anti tip device. Any thoughts would be appreciated.





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