What is the thing on the wall above the stove?

  1. What is the difference between a stove and a cooktop?

  2. A range is the common kitchen appliance you’ll find in most American kitchens. It combines a stovetop, also called a cooktop, and an oven. A cooktop is the flat, open surface you sear and saute on that does not have an oven below it, but instead integrates into countertops.

  3. What are the things that go over stoves?

  4. A kitchen hood, extractor hood, range hood, or exhaust hood is a device containing a mechanical fan that hangs above the stove or cooktop in the kitchen. It removes airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, heat, and steam from the air by evacuation of the air and filtration.

  5. What is the thing on the wall above the stove?

  6. Also known as a kettle faucet or pasta arm, this single-temperature faucet (usually cold water) is designed so you can fill pots of water directly on the stove rather than in the sink.

  7. What is an oven French top?

  8. The French top is a graduated cooking surface with the highest temperature under the center plate. For higher cooking heat, place cookware closer to the center and for lower heat, closer to the edges.

  9. What is a retro stove?

  10. “Retro stoves” – gas kitchen ranges made from the late 1930s through the 1950s – represent the epitome of American quality, ingenuity and design. As the centerpiece of your kitchen, a retro stove is a fun and practical way to reconnect with cooking at home.

  11. How do you tell what year your stove is?

  12. To determine the age of your appliance, use your serial number (not the model number) to identify the date it was manufactured. Our serial numbers begin with two letters, followed by six numbers, with a letter at the end. The two letters at the beginning of the serial number tell you the month and year it was made.

  13. Can you have a different hob and oven?

  14. The quick answer to can my oven and hob be separated in different parts of the kitchen? is yes. Electric single ovens can be placed virtually anywhere you want and can even be placed in cupboards at waist height for added convenience. You just need to have a plug socket available for the oven to plug into.

  15. What is it called when the microwave is above the stove?

  16. Over-the-range microwaves are installed above a range or cooktop, saving kitchen counter space. These microwaves function as both a microwave oven and a hood vent. They provide kitchen venting and air circulation, as well as overhead lighting.

  17. What is a microwave over the stove called?

  18. An over-the-stove microwave, which is also called an over-the-range microwave, an OTR microwave and an above-range microwave, is designed to be installed above the range. It’s a good option if you want to keep kitchen counter space open and like the look of a built-in finish.

  19. How do I identify my stove?

  20. Most manufacturers now use Serial numbers or have some form of data plate on their appliances usually hidden from front view. If you can’t identify your stove, the three more common places these data tags can be found are the sides, rear or undersides of the stoves.

  21. How can you tell how old a stove is?

  22. The first two letters on the serial tag give you Month, Year. Date codes First letter is the month and the second letter is the year. The date code is in the letters on your serial number. The first two letters on the serial tag give you Month, Year.

  23. What is the metal thing above the stove?

  24. A pot filler faucet, also known as a pasta arm or kettle faucet, is a separate kitchen faucet style installed near a stovetop or range. The kettle faucet mounted over a stove swings out, extending on a long, jointed arm. The faucet can be used to fill pots with water directly over the stove.

  25. What is the piece over the stove called?

  26. Grates. Grates are stove parts that sit above burners. A cooktop’s grates distribute and dissipate heat evenly below the pan. In the case of a gas oven, grates are made of cast iron.

  27. How many different stove tops are there?

  28. There are ten types of cooktops in the market: electric, kitchen, stainless steel, downdraft, gas, induction, ceramic, island, modern, hood, range, countertop, two-burner, and griddle.

  29. What kind of stoves did they have in the 1920s?

  30. In the 1910s and ’20s, the combination range became quite the rage. These cookers were fired by gas as well as wood or coal, and offered seasonal versatility: coal or wood for added winter warmth, or just gas for cooking in summer heat.

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