how do you assemble an aga?

Discussion in 'Buildings & Infrastructure' started by newholland, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. newholland

    newholland Member

    Location:
    England
    Does anybody have any good sources of information, pictures or web page links as to how to assemble a reconditioned 13 amp electric aga ?.

    I am trying to work out which nuts and bolts go where and how the various bits of insulation should be fitted.

    They seem to have forgotten to include the assembly instructions ....... and its 12.30pm and we have food to cook.

    Any help would be much appreciated.
     
  2. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    I have the soft version for a 13a aims aga but it doesn’t include the physical assembly of the oven. It only includes vent pipe and voltage setting for the fan etc.

    I suspect you’re going to struggle to find what you’re after.
     
  3. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
  4. newholland

    newholland Member

    Location:
    England
    Thank you
     
  5. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    I’ll gladly post what I have but it doesn’t sound what you need yet.
     
  6. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
  7. Grouse

    Grouse Member

    I'd get a takeaway - even if you got it assembled it won't be hot enough to cook until tomorrow at the earliest as the electric ones use off peak / overnight electricity. It's merely a big block storage heater unless you have a hob on it
     
  8. Pan mixer

    Pan mixer Member

    Location:
    Near Colchester
    When they brought our one it took 2 Aga installers all day to do it and they were jolly busy for most of that time - OK a lot of boxes to open etc. but still, glad I am not doing it whilst hungry.
     
  9. renewablejohn

    renewablejohn Member

    Location:
    lancs
    Think it will be chippy supper.
     
  10. Sell it and buy an everhot! Half the running cost, 15% bigger ovens, all controlled to a degree to two.

    AGA have lost their way, their fitters are arrogant much like their sales team!
     
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  11. milkloss

    milkloss Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    It is also now mainly made in China which shows in the quality.
     

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