Difference between Slide in and Freestanding Range?

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An oven or stove range set may be designed to slide into an existing space between cabinetry or be free standing. A slide-in design typically does not have any exterior panels, the sides and back are protected by existing cabinetry. A free standing model will be completely enclosed.
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