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Need a part for my oven.
#11
That list is a good reference but only two listings for Texas?

Somebody should update the list cuz with Texas being a very large snowbird state, we have a lot of RV salvage yards.
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#12
The RV guy asks for updates or additions be posted in the comments and he will add them.
stay tuned 
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#13
there is a sticky rv parts in the links and rv sections now
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#14
At the end of the month I'm going to order the generic safety valve posted in the link above, and see if I can make it work. At this point I got nothing to lose, and if I can get it to work, I will have saved myself almost six hundred dollars.
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#15
if it a standard sized rv stove they are standard sized so you dont need the exact model,any ol' rv stove will work,i'll probably swa mine out for a newer model someday,had a couple free options but passed because of laziness,new knobs and mine works fine,my stove knob is completely worn so i turned it to off but not the full pilot light off and it stinks up the rig with gas smell
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#16
RV stoves are not a standard size, there are several different sizes available, so you need to measure what you have to find the correct size.
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(08-19-2020, 12:46 PM)shadow Wrote: RV stoves are not a standard size, there are several different sizes available, so you need to measure what you have to find the correct size.

what i'm trying to say is there are standard sizes,17",20",22" ect. so you dont need to replace with exact make/model,other companies will make a stove of the same size and modifying an inch or two isnt much of a problem
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(08-20-2020, 09:21 AM)Blacktank Wrote:
(08-19-2020, 12:46 PM)shadow Wrote: RV stoves are not a standard size, there are several different sizes available, so you need to measure what you have to find the correct size.

what i'm trying to say is there are standard sizes,17",20",22" ect. so you dont need to replace with exact make/model,other companies will make a stove of the same size and modifying an inch or two isnt much of a problem
I will need to stay with the size of stove I have now.
My RV has corian counters, and cutting or modifying them is not easily done. My stove is also recessed into the countertop.
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#19
   
   

This is the stove set up in my RV, I pretty much have to stay with what I have now, but that's ok I like it as it is .
One nice thing about black appliances, they do let you know when they are dirty. I did a little cooking yesterday and need to clean the stove top, so don't judge me, its normally very
clean.
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