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Not actually a repair question, but... I currently have a GE JGBS04PEA2WH gas oven, a.k.a "The Builder's Special". I'm considering replacing it with an Amana AGR5735QDB from Sears. Sears wants $125 to install, which seems ridiculous for just plopping an oven in place, plugging it in, and connecting one gas line. There is a gas shutoff behind the existing oven. Any tips for installing this thing without going BOOM? Are there gaskets/seals which need replacing, special sealants to use, etc?

Alternatively, if I should run away from this oven, let me know. There's always the GE JGB35WEJ.... (russotto ducks and runs after mentioning GE appliance)

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

Please do not attempt to do it yourself.

Call a gas appliance service man.

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