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Number: 236/46D
Name: Automatic temperature and humidity regulation > With timing element > Domestic oven
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4486648 Energy regulator for a household heating appliance for producing variable speed initial heating Dec. 4, 1984
4309584 Matrix keyboard for selection of foodstuff and its associated cooking program Jan. 5, 1982
4287583 Control panel unit and timer unit and method therefor Sep. 1, 1981
4197581 Control system for and method of controlling a cooking appliance Apr. 8, 1980
4182112 Control panel unit and timer unit and method therefor Jan. 8, 1980
4115677 Induction heating apparatus Sep. 19, 1978
4060192 Fuel control system and method of operating the same and diverter valve therefor Nov. 29, 1977
3989188 Fuel control system and method of operating the same and diverter valve therefor Nov. 2, 1976











 
 
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