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Old 08-31-2009, 03:07 PM   #1
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I am looking for a solution to replace the stove and the micro with a combo -micro+convection oven as one unit(actually does the same as the oven) and use the stove area for storage.
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This can be done they make microwaves in this style for campers. You can also buy a stove top with just the burners, no oven.
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This can be done they make microwaves in this style for campers. You can also buy a stove top with just the burners, no oven.
Can you please be more specific,where to get the this kind of micro.
I looked through CW but they do not have it.
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I did a quick internet search for microwave/convection ovens and found this site:

http://www.pplmotorhomes.com/parts/rv-stoves/rv-microwave-convection-ovens.htm. There were several sites listed that offer these products for sale.
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Nice info. The micro isn't as expensive as I thought.
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If you use it in place of your oven you will probably have to turn off the AC while you are running the microwave. Ours will trip the main ifhave the AC on and run the microwave for very long.Might want to check the amp draw.

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Old 09-02-2009, 01:47 AM   #7
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Thank you all for the helpful information.
My wife likes to cook and I like to eat...great combo...
While replacing the stove I will also have to replace the burners and put in burners that will light by electrical spark rather than with matches,any suggestions?
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They make a stove for campers with presto ignition. Were going to spend all your money. This is fun.
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Old 06-04-2017, 02:29 PM   #9
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Atwood Black Sealed Burner 3-Burner Slide-In Cooktop. Designed just for that reason. Dyers has pretty fair price. The one offered by Campingworld has a lower BTU for the rear burners.
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I know I'm kind of late to this string but we did this modification to our camper quite a few years ago. My wife kept saying that the microwave was too far over her head. I believe she just bought a convection microwave that for the house.
1. We ordered a new Atwood three burner cooktop (with piezo electric starter).
2. I pulled the old Atwood stove/cooktop combo (4 screws and a propane line?) and ended up donated it to a friend.
3. I had to move the cabinet structure under the old stove down to make room for the convection/microwave.
4. I ran a new power line from the 120 VAC panel that was about two feet away for the new setup.
5. Mounted the new Atwood stove (4 screws and the propane line).
6. Removed the old - dead microwave and deposited it in the local scrap bin, put a top on the shelf, added a door and we got more storage.

If anyone is interested we still have the setup and I might be able to find model numbers.
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