I am thinking about a recent conversation stating that pre-heating being the limiting time factor in making dinner. I am getting ready to replace the GE electric oven that was not new when I bought this house 15 years ago. After reading the hotline discussion I timed mine and it goes from cold to 350 degrees in about 5 minutes. Is that unusual? Should I be ask about that before I buy a new GE electric range?
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