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“Rayburn 480K problems”

published 18/10/2008

AdvantagesLooks good

Disadvantagesunreliable and expensive

...We bought a rayburn 480K brand new in Feb 2003. The first problem was a blast tube on the cooker side breaking down on a friday evening of a bank holiday when we were having guests for the weekend. No engineer available. The blast tube is well known as a weak point and we were charged £90 for a replacement plus labour. At the time it was 14 months old and just out of warranty. Then in 2006...

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AdvantagesSmaller than an AGA, don't have to keep on

Disadvantagesstill big & heavy!

...AGA have become famous for massive ranges, they also make a smaller version. RAYBURN is a less well known product, which has many of the advantages of the full-size AGA, but is better suited to a smaller kitchen. The 400G is the natural gas fired version, and as it doesn't heat your hot water - doesn't need to be on all the time. Other models can use different fuels; oil, coal etc, and can...

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“More than just a cooker”

published 26/10/2004

AdvantagesA lot of myths are untrue

DisadvantagesExpense and weight

...As soon as you walk into a house that has a Rayburn in it, you can tell. WRONG. You can't tell if the house you've just walked into has a Rayburn anymore than you can tell who will win the lottery next Wednesday. Up until last year I had always believed this (part about the Rayburn, not the lottery) but all this was about to change, for the better. A BREIF HISTORY OF THE RAYBURN In 1946...

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