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Posted: 05/23/13 06:54pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can I install a household type convection oven in my coach or will the bouncing of the rv be to hard on the oven?





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Yes, One in my stick house is just like the one in the bus. Its does bounce around a bit, but still working.

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The same, still going since 99. They are not made any different. Just cost more if you buy at a RV store.

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That's all they are is household. They don't make it special for an RV.





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If you get one that exhausts out the front you will not have to vent it thru the side of the rv, unless you already have an exterior vent anyway.

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doxiemom11 wrote:

If you get one that exhausts out the front you will not have to vent it thru the side of the rv, unless you already have an exterior vent anyway.


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We did just the opposite of what you're proposing. We liked the microwave/convection oven that came with our RV so much, we bought the exact same model for our home. You shouldn't have any problem.

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Thanks everyone, I will be shopping for a new oven over the weekend.

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On small Bs/Cs the convection ovens I noticed in the past that they would not put them up high in the cabinetry but would put them under the range where a gas oven went because too much heat in a smaller area.
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