Queue (queue) wrote,

The stove

Guy came over. Looked at stuff. Fiddled and such (I'm too hungry to sit and type out the whole thing). Boils down to that it would take something like $150 to fix it. However, he said that, once stoves start getting past 8 or 10 years, things start breaking (electric ones, at any rate). He said mine looked at least 12 years old, and I imagine this was a new stove when the house was built in 1987. He said that I could probably get a new one for $279 or $299, something like that. He gave me a recommendation for a place to try that is sometimes cheaper than other places. And he also suggested Home Depot. So, I guess it's time to shop around. But I really need some food tonight, so I guess it's takeout time.

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