I'm in a bit of a quandary and need HELP. My family moved into a home this year that had this massive 60" stainless steel range, 6 burners, griddle, salamander grill, etc. The make is Magic Chef and probably dates back to 1950's/1960's. I'm going to try and attach a picture. Thought nothing of it, because the house was owned by a former pro-football player and they must have thought it was cool, I did too. The last couple weeks, the temperatures on the ovens started going, one was not stopping, and the other seemed to never fire. Since this was a new home for us, all appliances were covered by our home warranty we purchased at closing. Call them up, and they sent out a technician. He called the home warranty folks back and said it was a commercial range and the parts were no longer available, and they would need to just replace...originally they were not going to cover as a commercial but they have decided to give me $2750 towards a new "similar" range --- They were using the Garland X60 as a price comp. However they will be leaving it up to me to purchase and make arrangements for delivery, install, etc... So what should I do? Buy a commercial Garland, and somehow get this one out, and the new on in... can my old one be repaired at all? Does this old one have any value? Can I take it apart to get it out of the house? This range has been in this house since probably the 70's. Thoughts?