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Old 03-27-2014, 09:05 PM   #1
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Combination Package

Found this picture on the web of a combo set in a train.
Has anyone seen this or known any info. Great for my
Small area.it looks like the refer is also part of it.
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Old 03-28-2014, 03:18 PM   #2
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Water and electric on the same surface... hmmm... I think I'd "pass" on that idea.
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Yup, gives a whole new meaning to the term "short sighted" Gas would be cool though.
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I almost don't think it would be too hazardous. Think about a pot of water boiling over... the pan underneath should hold a fair amount of water. I speak from vigorous experience with overflowing pots and pans. As long as you're not running the tap on the counter itself (faucet doesn't reach) you should be fine! I'm assuming problems with water shorting out the stove portion would indicate that you have bigger concerns.
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http://m.compactappliance.com/C48E-Summ ... /C48E.html

http://m.compactappliance.com/Summit-C3 ... /C301.html
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http://m.compactappliance.com/C48E-Summit-Stainless-Steel-Combination-Kitchen/C48E.html

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if you google "kitchenette" you will get info on the combination units with the fridge.
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It would be cool if it was gas but as said.... water and electric.... Ill pass.
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I take it none of you have heard of the showerhead with a 240Volt water heater? Apparently common down south america somewhere.

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I take it none of you have heard of the showerhead with a 240Volt water heater? Apparently common down south america somewhere.

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And used across North America. Don't forget hot tubs, ect.

Nothing wrong with electricity and water as long as proper grounding and GFCI breakers are used.

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