Flavel MLN9FRK review
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- Dual Fuel
- 90 cm
With two fan ovens, grill and gas hob, the Flavel MLN9FRK dual-fuel range cooker offers versatile cooking options for a relatively small price. It's only 90cm wide, but you can bake four trays of muffins in one oven while making your roast dinner in the other. What else is this Flavel range cooker capable of? Read our expert review to find out more.
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- What's it great at?
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- Height96 cm
- Depth65 cm
- Year tested2017
- Additional informationWe introduced new range cooker tests in 2017 which included more in-depth testing of the ovens and hobs. Results for range cookers tested before 2017 aren’t directly comparable.
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