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Epicure Warming Drawer With Blue LED Light Indicator 4 Timer Settings Plus Infinite Mode 500 Watt Heating Element & 27-in. wi

October 25, 2011

Epicure Warming Drawer With Blue LED Light Indicator 4 Timer Settings Plus Infinite Mode 500 Watt Heating Element & 27-in. with SS Handle and Chrome Trim

  • Electronic Control Panel
  • Four Temperature Levels: Proof, Low, Medium, High
  • Four Timer Settings – 1, 2, 3, and 4 hours, plus an Infinite Mode
  • Blue LED Light Indicators
  • Moist/Crisp Slide Control

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Dacor EWD27SCH Epicure 27″ Warming Drawer-Stainless

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Dacor Millennia 30″ Electric Warming Drawer w/ Vertical Trims MWDV30S Stainless

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Tips For Dressing For Warm Weather Running

Springtime is here and we can finally get the running shorts out of the drawer!� But, with the warmer weather, there are some things that you need to be aware of for your running.�� Here are some tips for how to dress for your runs.

The cotton tee shirts that you receive at races are great � and pretty neat to wear around � but you don’t want to wear them during your runs.� Cotton will hold your sweat and not dry quickly.� Even though they cost a little more � you really want to buy technical material shirts such as�CoolMax.� Once you wear them once, especially on a longer run, you’ll definitely�feel the difference.

And, while we’re talking about cotton, you don’t want to wear 100% cotton socks.�� Your feet sweat a lot during runs and the same as shirts � it will hold in the moisture.� This can lead to blisters.� Make sure you are wearing some sort of moisture-wicking socks.�� They cost a little more – but if you’ve ever run with blisters – you know your feet will thank you.


Break out those shades!� A nice pair of running sunglasses will protect your eyes and help with the glare.� Also, if you running longer distances in the bright sunshine, squinting for a long period of time can cause headaches.

I like to wear bright colors anyway, but during the summer it is especially important.� Light colored clothing with reflect the light from the sun while dark colors will absorb it.� Also, make sure your clothing is loose-fitting.� Tight-fitting clothing can keep your body from breathing as it should to cool down naturally.

And, on a side note � make sure you stay hydrated.� Drink before you head out on your run.� Also, if you are running long � plan on water stops along your route.� I always carry a gold dollar coin with me for stopping at a convenience store for water.� (I hate to give someone a soggy dollar bill). �

Personally, I love running during the summer weather!� You just have to make sure you are doing it safely and dressing correctly!

Keep on running!

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Warming Drawers

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Question by CO: Integrated Warming drawer installation depth issue. I think I have a solution but want opinions first?
I am installing an integrated GE Monogram 27″ warming drawer with a 30″ wide drawer front panel. Once I got the panel on the front and the unit installed I noticed the panel did not fit flush to the cabinet like the rest of my drawers. Now this is underneath a micro/convection oven and sits on the other side of our stove from the other matching drawers, so it’s kind of by itself and not next to other flush drawers. But I figured I could still improve on the installation by recessing the front of the cabinet enough to make the warming drawer panel flush like the other drawers. Only problem is, I would also have to cut out the back panel on the cabinet and put the warming drawer 1/4″ away from the drywall. Anyone see any problem doing this? I left the unit on for hours just to see how hot the outside of it got on the high setting. It gets too hot to touch but I don’t think it’d be a fire hazard. And there’s a note regarding installation in wall-less cabinets and reinforcing it for mounting the unit, but nothing about proximity to drywall. So these can be installed in wall-less cabinets. Mine are the full box style. Also, I have standard 1/2″ dryall and not the fire rated 5/8″, if that matters.


Best answer:

Answer by oil field trash
We have a similar GE warming drawer. If you take a close look, the hottest part of the drawer is the coil that is on the bottom of the drawer so the back side is really not that not. I would not hesitate to make the modification you are talking about.

As a matter of interest, you can’t put you hand on a 140 deg surface and hot it there so I am guessing the warming drawer doesn’t get much hotter than that.

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