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Imperial 48" Range w/ 6 Burners, 12" Griddle, Convection Oven & Cabinet

Restaurant Range; (6) 28,000 BTU lift off burners; Top grate design allows pots to move easily from section to section; 5" landing ledge; 12" Griddle; 3/4" highly polished griddle plate; (1) Convection oven; Three position switch for cooking or cool down; Burner "On" indicator light and one hour manual timer; Control knobs are cast aluminum with heat protected grips; (1) Cabinet base; 6" heavy duty legs with adjustable feet; 3/4" pipe gas connection; AGA and CGA design certified; NSF Certified; 1 Year Parts and Labor Warranty
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What is a " cabinet base"?

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A cabinet base is basically a built in storage compartment where you can keep additional cookware.
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