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#8692 - 04/01/02 04:05 PM What's it worth...
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Registered: 03/28/01
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Loc: Bucks County PA
5 mile drive. Disconnect a hard-wired range. Install floor mount receptacle. No need to install the cord on the new range. No problems encountered.
Fill in the blanks please.
$___.00?

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#8693 - 04/01/02 04:54 PM Re: What's it worth...
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Registered: 10/24/01
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Loc: Dallas,TX
3/4 hour + materials....about $100.00

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#8694 - 04/01/02 04:55 PM Re: What's it worth...
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Registered: 09/15/01
Posts: 816
Loc: Bergen County, NJ
Is the new floor outlet fed from the line that fed the hard-wired range, or do you have to run a new line to the panel?

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#8695 - 04/01/02 05:58 PM Re: What's it worth...
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Registered: 01/12/02
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Loc: Holden, MA USA
$100.00 sounds good.

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#8696 - 04/02/02 03:53 AM Re: What's it worth...
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Would you believe $225.00?
That is what a customer of mine paid someone else. He said the guy was there about 20 min. I'm sure it took a little longer than that though. He couldn't get ahold of me in time for his range delivery, but when I got back to him he asked me what I thought it would cost. I told him about $110.00-125.00.

(NJ)Using the existing cable.

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#8697 - 04/03/02 06:31 PM Re: What's it worth...
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Registered: 08/07/01
Posts: 159
Loc: North Salem, IN 46165
$85-$100, depending if it was a 3-wire recpt or 4-wire recpt I had to install. (New or existing appliance?)

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#8698 - 04/03/02 07:45 PM Re: What's it worth...
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Registered: 12/23/01
Posts: 443
Loc: Mont Belvieu, TX
Boy! That's where I'm out of touch with residential work. Here in Houston most companies will charge a minimum of 2 hours, and at a rate of $50.00 to $75.00 per hour.
Plus material.

Worthological Regards,
Doc
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The Watt Doctor
Altura Cogen
Channelview, TX

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