I hope I don't confuse things here but do you mean a drop in stove? If so
the easy part is removing the kick plate between the 2 cabinets. The hard
part is replacing the countertop. Your existing stove sits over a cutout
area of the countertop the new one will sit in between two pieces of
counter. If it is a laminate top I suppose you could remove the existing top
cut it into the two correct sizes, apply edge caps and reinstall. Good time
for a new countertop IMHO. Also you will need to install a receptacle I
think dropins are hard wired.
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