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Old 02-27-2016, 08:54 PM   #1
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Oven/Range

We wonder if anyone has swapped out their camper range/oven for an apartment sized Sticks&Bricks range/oven.
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Old 02-27-2016, 11:46 PM   #2
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We wonder if anyone has swapped out their camper range/oven for an apartment sized Sticks&Bricks range/oven.
I think the a stick house range will pull more power but not really sure
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It can definately be down with some cabinet remodeling and install a gas stove
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are you looking to replace with a gas or electric??
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Electric stoves run on 240 volt and would need some electrical work and 50 amp service to do. Plus if boondocking the only way to run it is if your generator puts out 240 volts. Gas would be the logical choice
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We figured that gas would be the logical option. I can't imagine this princess (Marge) would ever agree to boondock.
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We didn't get the oven, opted for the storage instead (which in my opinion was a good choice) & DW has just about mastered the convection microwave. We also bought the 2 "as seen on tv" induction cook tops & have not used the gas cook top now in over a year & they work fantastic.
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We didn't get the oven, opted for the storage instead (which in my opinion was a good choice) & DW has just about mastered the convection microwave. We also bought the 2 "as seen on tv" induction cook tops & have not used the gas cook top now in over a year & they work fantastic.
Do you do much baking in the convection oven? How satisfied are you with the results? I want to bake bread. We find that baking time is longer and then too dry.
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Old 02-28-2016, 11:09 PM   #9
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My wife has cooked a few things in the convection oven. She prefers using the oven under the range. Insists on placing a pizza stone in the lower rack of the oven to help even out the uneven temps inside, or hot spots. After I showed her how to light the pilot a few times, she hardly asks for my help anymore. I am sure that some one knows much more about the convection part of the micro because there isn't much in the manual about convection cooking. We think it comes from a lot of trial and error.

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Tracy uses a bread machine. Have to say I'm very impressed with the results !!
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Sorry, I can't give you any pointers on the convection, but DW has gotten pretty consistent with it, very rarely overcooks/undercooks now, I do know there are times she uses a pizza stone in it. But in all fairness there's a learning curve to using the rv gas oven also.
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Seems to me that if manufacturers are installing residential refrigerators and furniture and carpet (yeah, right) and mattresses, etc.; we ought to have an option for residential range/ovens. {Marge speaking here. Surely there are some traditionalist types like me!}
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I don't think I have ever seen a residential oven in an RV.
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Luxe has a full residential range option in some models. We keep adding all these residential items to these trailers you are going to need a peterbuilt to haul the weight
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Luxe has a full residential range option in some models. We keep adding all these residential items to these trailers you are going to need a peterbuilt to haul the weight
How true Shane! It's problematic enough with our 1-ton.
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Yes, just like a mobile home. Might as well just eliminate the tanks and add a sliding patio door and a mailbox.
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Yes, just like a mobile home. Might as well just eliminate the tanks and add a sliding patio door and a mailbox.
Brad...lol! Our RW has a factory installed sliding patio door...however, no mailbox!
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Brad...lol! Our RW has a factory installed sliding patio door...however, no mailbox!
Are you serious! I saw a picture of one on one of the forum sites and I always wondered what that was. Is it a park model?
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Are you serious! I saw a picture of one on one of the forum sites and I always wondered what that was. Is it a park model?
2012 36FL...not a park model. Redwood offered it as an option in the "early years". It really opens up the kitchen in this model...our dogs love the veiw .
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All the FEMA trailers had residential appliances in them, boy were they nice. LOL!!
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