I removed a Zanussi built in electric fan type double oven from my kitchen a
couple of years ago.
Undid the fixings screws and then slid it out and down on to a Black&Decker
workmate to support it while I reached in and undid the power connection on
the wall behind. (AFTER REMOVING FUSE FOR COOKER CIRCUIT AT FUSE BOX!!!!)
I guess you could work on it this manner, to lift it off from the workmate
and carry it outside got a bit of help from the lady of the house. It is not
that they are so heavy, just bulky and little to hold on to.
P.S.IMPORTANT NOTE!!!! : when lifting IT wear tough leather gloves, there
can be many sharp sheet metal edges to cut you. (A mate of mine (a kitchen
fitter by trade !!) once tried to lift a new oven in to place on his own
with the thing resting on his thighs, needed about 6 stitches afterwards !)
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