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Old 03-17-2016, 01:08 PM   #1
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Wow! Looks great and sure seems to make it look bigger...maybe it's the picture angle!?! Looking forward to going out soon, just don't know when. HDR to do while school is still in session and weather is unpredictable, but hopefully some day soon if even for a weekend.⛺️��
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Wow! Looks great and sure seems to make it look bigger...maybe it's the picture angle!?! Looking forward to going out soon, just don't know when. HDR to do while school is still in session and weather is unpredictable, but hopefully some day soon if even for a weekend.⛺️��
Thanks. Must be the picture...still tiny. We have named her Dinky Toy lol!
Wish we were going out soon but still having weather down in the 20's here for a while. The little bit of warmth we had spoiled us! Have fun and report back!
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Hope to get pictures of my mods, but with going to my Mom's every weekend to get ready for the auction just haven't had the time, or energy. Weather has stayed above freezing here, but still waiting for school to be over! ⛺️��
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Is your mom auctioning off things? We could do that and still have too much stuff.
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No, she is the care home here and has outlived her $, so, I have to auction the house and contents to pay her bills before getting assistance from the state. Not an easy job.
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No, she is the care home here and has outlived her $, so, I have to auction the house and contents to pay her bills before getting assistance from the state. Not an easy job.
No, not a pleasant thing to have to do. If someone has anything they will get it.
Sorry you have to go through it.
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We will be using a stainless steel shield when we use the right burner and keep an eye on things carefully.
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What do you use to cover the burners when not in use? We've been using the cover that came with it but it doesn't really cover well and makes it hard to work on.
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What do you use to cover the burners when not in use? We've been using the cover that came with it but it doesn't really cover well and makes it hard to work on.
Made my own cover from a piece of cherry stained plywood with rubber 'feet' screwed to the bottom . Looks nice and does the job.

Some folks have made them out of acrylic plastic.

Just cut an oblong piece slightly larger than the burner top and round the edges and corners...glue or screw on the rubber feet and it stays in place when traveling.

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Made my own cover from a piece of cherry stained plywood with rubber 'feet' screwed to the bottom . Looks nice and does the job.

Some folks have made them out of acrylic plastic.

Just cut an oblong piece slightly larger than the burner top and round the edges and corners...glue or screw on the rubber feet and it stays in place when traveling.

That sounds really nice! Good idea. I think those stove covers are kind of universal. Nothing came with our trailer. I suppose someone could find a large cutting/bread board and screw rubber legs to it as well.
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Nice this about a burner cover, you have more counter space available.
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Nice this about a burner cover, you have more counter space available.
Yes!! Definitely need more!
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Here's what I got to cover the burners.
- Suburban Cooktop Covers - Price: $57.00 - Factory RV Surplus - 1611 W Bristol St, Elkhart, IN 46514 (800) 325-1461 (574) 262-3327
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Is the picture located somewhere else? There is nothing there when I click the link.
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Well that's odd.
It's on this site:Factory RV Surplus
Search for "Suburban cooktop cover" and they have lots of pictures in 3 different colors.
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Is the picture located somewhere else? There is nothing there when I click the link.
Comes right up when I click on the link above.

YOU can always do a google search for 'factory RV surplus'
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Sorry Eagle, I was referring to the link in the first post of this thread, about the smart tile.

I should have done a quote or something to avoid confusion.
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Sorry Eagle, I was referring to the link in the first post of this thread, about the smart tile.

I should have done a quote or something to avoid confusion.
Oh, ok.

Yea, doesn't come up for me either.

No idea why tho.
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I use one of these cutting boards: Oak Accents Universal Silent Top - Camco 43521 - Counter & Stove Tops - Camping World
It has a liner on the bottom kind of like the no slip rug pads that keeps it from sliding.
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