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eaoke Jul 10, 2008 09:19 PM

We are finishing our basement and would like to have a bar area with a stove/oven -- I've been told by the city that I can't put a 200 v in the basement as that would indicate double occupancy -- argh - -So I'm trying to look for alternatives....I've been looking into 110 v cooktops, not terribly ideal as the ones I've found look like they would be used in a cheap hotel (and gas is out) -- The induction cooktop board led me here...I haven't had any luck finding an oven -- someone suggested the conection oven/microwave similar to what you would put on an RV, but I'm running into dead ends...Is there any hope? Any ideas? Thanks to all in advance who may have a solution

  1. todao Jul 12, 2008 04:39 PM

    What sort of gestapo government are you living under?

    1. Chuckles the Clone Jul 12, 2008 07:07 PM

      Tell the city you need to put your dryer down there.

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        The_Whistler Jul 13, 2008 04:23 AM

        The Cuisinart BRK-200 is a mini oven that goes up to 500F. It's 110V.

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