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Anti-tip device for GE Range

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In preparation for selling my parents' house, I was told by an inspector that I should install an anti-tip bracket on the GE range, which I believe is a JBC26J. For some reason I don't see mention of this on your site, or else I am using the wrong search terms. Any recommendations about this item?

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

I know all ranges require anti tip brackets be installed but I could not find any part numbers, might want to call g.e. with your model number and ask them if they can supply the number, 1-800-626 2000

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Thanks. I just phoned an appliance parts place and they mentioned a "universal" GE device that consists of two brackets and a chain. The fella also told me that in his experience, even though such equipemt comes with all new ranges, installers rarely attach them. Hmm.

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That is very true, (about installers not installing them). They can be a real pain sometimes to get lined up correctly. But they are there for a good reason.

Little kids like to climb on things and when they climb up on that open oven door they're in for some real trouble if the anti-tip brakets haven't been installed.

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