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Can a cook top stove be made out of an old regular stove Answered

i was wondering if one could just remove the stove part from a regular model and maybe reuse the top as a cook top surface (gas of course)

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caarntedd (author)2010-03-30

I installed a ceramic cooktop (electric of course) which required a sort of shield to be constructed underneath. This wasn't really for radiant heat protection as such, but to stop stuff in the drawers/cupboard underneath from touching the bottom of the cooktop which gets pretty hot.
Maybe look at the requirements for gas cooktop installation, and go for it.
Otherwise as RavingMad says.

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RavingMadStudios (author)2010-03-30

Sure. You might have to cap off a line or two that used to lead to the stove, and possibly reconfigure the gas inlet a tad, but there's no reason why you couldn't reuse the burners in a cook top configuration with a little bit of creative plumbing.

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