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Westinghouse WHG756SA

Westinghouse WHG756SA

MPN: 35903244
4.0 from 3 reviews

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Gracie

GracieMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

  • 2 reviews

Perfect for my small kitchen

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I wanted a spacious cooktop, but the 90cm was too big, the 60cm too small. This 75cm is perfect for my small kitchen, but this size is hard to find. Able to accommodate large pots, good strong heat and looks stylish too.
My only complaint is the ignition knobs and heat indicators on the panel. After only a few months of careful use and cleaning, the black lines around the knobs started to come off and now after one year, it is getting worse! The knobs are plastic and already showing signs of wear. This is not acceptable considering all I use is dish washing liquid and a soft sponge to clean splatters and grease.
If this fault could be improved it would be a 5/5 from me!

Date PurchasedNov 2017

Supreet

SupreetMelbourne

  • 7 reviews

Good product, no complaints

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Good product, no complaints.
Its got safety gas off feature if flame is off - which is good.
And in last 6 or so months it's working as intended!

Stainless steel body and wrought iron top looks good; you just need to be careful with cleaning it.
Wrought iron does not go in dishwashers.

Date PurchasedAug 2016
BruceT

BruceTGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC

  • 27 reviews
  • 18 likes

Perfect Cooktops and does it job.

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Recently I just update my cooktops . Installed it 2 days ago and have cooked on it few times on all burners. Flame powerful easy for cook and easy to clean up also easy to used . Good enough for family kitchen . I purchased it from Essendon The Good Guy .
Conclusion : works really well & very happy with it.

Date PurchasedOct 2016
2 comments
BruceT
BruceT

sorry .Its from The Good Guys ( not kitchen ).

BruceT
BruceT

Already 2 months and still working well.

Questions & Answers

Leone

Leoneasked

There seems to be only a thin verneer of a silver coating on the surface. I made jam and it boiled over. It removed this surface so there are black patches. How can it be called stainless steel. If I had known this I would not have bought it. Why is this information not given?

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BruceT
BruceT

I suggest you ring up Westinghouse manufactory.( I have to keep an eye on my one ).


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