Induction cooktops and RFI?
mo at ccr.org
Sat Apr 14 20:56:50 CDT 2012
I believe B&S is a storefront like most kitchen showrooms.
They subcontract fulfillment, installation and service, like all the others
that are anything less than stocking distributors. those are
almost entirely wholesale businesses.
That said, the better storefronts, B&S being one, will have
equipment set up for more than display and have people that
know the products well.
Furgeson is one that is both a distributor and has great design centers
with kit set up to actually cook.
Sent from my iPad so please excuse the jammy fingers.
On Apr 14, 2012, at 8:41 PM, Chip Fetrow <tacos at fetrow.org> wrote:
> Sears is likely not a good idea. They will have all kinds of cooktops and ranges ON DISPLAY, but not one will have power applied to it.
> I think you need to go to full service place, like Bray and Scarf. They have great showrooms, and I will bet they will be a lot more willing to power up a cooktop.
> On the other hand, Bray and Scarf has really dreadful reviews on Angie's List for repairs.
> On Apr 12, 2012, at 11:57 PM, tacos-request at amrad.org wrote:
>> Message: 4
>> Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 23:57:14 -0400
>> From: Andre Kesteloot <andre.kesteloot at verizon.net>
>> To: Terry Fox <tfox at knology.net>
>> Cc: tacos at amrad.org, andre.kesteloot at ieee.org
>> Subject: Re: Induction cooktops and RFI?
>> I plan to be at our Local Sears at 0900H tomorrow morning
>> After all, that's what helping each other with Ham problems is all
>> about... :-)
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