You don't know much about Harman stoves...

webbie Posted By webbie, Jul 25, 2008 at 11:31 PM

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  1. webbie

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    If you call them Harmon.....


    HARMAN.........

    This reminds me of when people would come in our store and tell the manager they knew the owner "greg" very well. (my name is craig, not greg).

    Carry on......
     
  2. richg

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    I have a Harmon Kardon stove...it sounds great!
     
  3. BrotherBart

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    I was going to spell it "H*rm*n" but "A"s are on order and won't be in until March.
     
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    Let me guess, your "A"s were due to arrive in late August and you left a $2000 deposit on each one only to find out you will now have to wait until March for delivery?
     
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    Yes. And what is really irritating me is that I have three pallets of "H"s, "R"s, "M"s and "N"s in the garage with nothing to use them with. Seems no matter what I do I can't buy a vowel.

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    Sorry to hear that. Have you thought about trying the Qdrfr stoves?
     
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    I think this calls for help from Vana?
     
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    I have a big A/V Harmon Kardon Reciever and an H.K., C.D. Player. Both sound very nice...But I really wish i had an H&K;-MP5 or the newer 45cal MP7

    Remember: Mark twain always said, " Never Trust a Man Who Can Only Spell A Word One Way"
     
  9. billb3

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    At least the name is prounouncable.

    We should be thankful the founding fathers weren't peugeots.
    Pewguts on backorder would sound like an religo-agricultural forum.
     
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    I never knew Vanna White did a pose in Playboy
     
  11. MCPO

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    The Harman/Harmon name cast into the top of my black door can hardly be read. Should I spend another $100+ for the gold door?
     
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    I got the Englander NCD from HomeDepot in June for $575 and it came with a gold door, ash lip and gold top edge , plus all handles and knobs are gold ...24 Karat, Hell they are worth more than the stove....Yuk ,Yuk
     
  13. BubbRubb

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    I purchased the brushed nickel trim because it made the stove look nicer, but not because I was worried about forgetting what brand of stove I had.
     
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    Does the nickel trim make it burn hotter?
     
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    No, that it does not. However, the stove is in the living area of my home so we wanted it to look nice. The out-of-the-box P68 doesn't look as nice. We skipped the slate at the bottom, though. I heard those create more clinkers if installed.
     
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