24 in. - Large Appliances
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Sat Dec 18 00:00:00 MST 2010randyjudie Rating:4.0
THE RANGE WALL HOOD IS ALL OFFERED , BUT IN OUR U.S. OF A. IT WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE IF ITEM DID NOT USE METRIC SYSTEM FOR TEMPERTURE. FARENHEIT AND NOT CELCIUS. ONE MORE THING 24.:00 IS MILITARY TIME OF WHICH MOST DONOT USE. THE 12 HOUR SYSTEM WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER.
Tue Nov 16 00:00:00 MST 2010ztifbobz Rating:3.0
I have read all the reviews on this & other sites, here's the skinny. There is no included instruction guide & the plastic connectors take care to assemble correctly & may leak slightly even then. Also the faucet is problematic with a seemingly low flow rate. All these observations were true in my experience so I rated this buy a three, but i bought a second unit(!) because there are easy fixes & the unit is solidly built (exceptions to this are dealt with below) at a good price, (i used discount codes, free shipping & no tax). For $15 (in NYC) at a plumbing supply shop (not a regular hardware store) I got 2, 24" braided steel ice maker water supply lines & 2 brass fittings to replace the plastic hoses & bits that come with this product. My unit leaked (very slightly) after i figured out the correct steps & first assembled it, water pressure or over tightening were not the issues but rather cheapo parts that didn't cut it. although I imagine for some with better luck than myself (& others) you end up with usable plastic parts. I (& others) cannot risk failure as I have neighbors below & a hole filled floor between & my parts proved themselves not up to snuff. The faucet is a free fix. You just have to adjust the mini plunger mechanism under the black plastic flip lever the unit is operated by. Fuss with it & it will slide out, but first remove the pour spout! Tightening the brass "t" that is now exposed a turn or two allows the black plastic lever (which the "t" attaches to) to lift the plunger higher for more water flow. Ready for all that? For DIYers not too tough, & all in, a decent price i think. Love the water as well!
Tue Oct 08 00:00:00 MDT 2013anergy913 Rating:2.0
it's a little expensive for an air filter and took a long time to arrive and when it did it was bent out of shape.
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