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I have an old 1957 GE Automatic Calrod Oven/Stove....It was

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I have an old 1957 GE Automatic Calrod Oven/Stove....It was here when I moved in. It finally needs to be replaced. The problem is that I can not see where it is plugged in. It is all electric so it must be plugged in somewhere, right? What type of plug would this oven have?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Rob replied 1 year ago.
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Without the exact model number I cant be sure.
However, I suspect that it is connected at the back.
Is this a built in or freestanding?
Is it possible a friend could help you to pull it forward so you can see behind?
Thanks
Rob