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Old 04-22-2019, 11:14 AM   #1
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Nancy made the mistake of allowing me in the kitchen of our 17. We now need a new glass top for the stove, does anyone know of a contact for that as we are now on the road in Colorado?
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Old 04-23-2019, 08:32 AM   #2
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Nancy made the mistake of allowing me in the kitchen of our 17. We now need a new glass top for the stove, does anyone know of a contact for that as we are now on the road in Colorado?

Jack

Very sorry to hear about that. Would you mind sharing your What Not To Do story so others can better avoid whatever happened? I thought the flush top was tempered glass and so would be pretty tough.
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Old 04-23-2019, 09:04 AM   #3
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I thought it was because I put hot coffee pot there but Nancy says after it exploded she turned a burner off. The serving tray looks very nice on top I think.
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Ouch! Sounds like a glass cooktop would be an interesting mod.
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Double Ouch. I have been pining for one of them neat new flat glass top lid two burners, to replace my stock and stodgy 2013 model. Maybe that's not such a good idea.
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Double Ouch. I have been pining for one of them neat new flat glass top lid two burners, to replace my stock and stodgy 2013 model. Maybe that's not such a good idea.


Or, just like anything else, know an item’s limitations and stay within them.
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For those that have the Wedgewood oven, a useful replacement stove top cover is this Camco cover. Gives you an additional couple sq ft of countertop.
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It needs a Dometic sail switch, close the cover and the gas shuts off. Of course the stove wouldn't work 9% of the time it was open either.
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After making coffee one morning my Wedgewood burner went sailing off the deep end, gave me a big scare. Don't know why, only know flames were shooting directly toward the burner knobs. Totally weird. Wedgewood sent me a new label and one replacement knob that was bigger than the original one. Have since noticed that sometimes --you think the knob has turned off the gas but though the flame is out the gas supply actually did not click off. Got to watch that.

Have I sworn off coffee after this? Of course not.
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I thought it was because I put hot coffee pot there but Nancy says after it exploded she turned a burner off. The serving tray looks very nice on top I think.
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And we were about to make pancakes on the glass top.

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I thought the new recessed stoves being used were Suburban SDS2-RV models? I know Dometic bought Atwood, but I thought Suburban was part of Airxcel brands.
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After making coffee one morning my Wedgewood burner went sailing off the deep end, gave me a big scare. Don't know why, only know flames were shooting directly toward the burner knobs. Totally weird. Wedgewood sent me a new label and one replacement knob that was bigger than the original one. Have since noticed that sometimes --you think the knob has turned off the gas but though the flame is out the gas supply actually did not click off. Got to watch that.

Have I sworn off coffee after this? Of course not.
I know it’s an expensive replacement, but the Dickinson Marine cooktop that some of us have retrofitted does have a “flame-out” safety system to shut off fuel when there is no flame. I know it works because I tested it.
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I know Dometic bought Atwood, but I thought Suburban was part of Airxcel brands.
True.
Airxcel > Suburban > Cooktops

They don't appear to be branded as Suburban, but in the same category (and under the Suburban menu) Airxcel is showing some "Can" branded flush-mounted glass-topped stoves: Euro Series
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stove top

It is a suburban model. Dave sent me the exploded diagram with parts list and a local dealer is trying to get the part from suburban.
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Airxcel > Suburban > Cooktops

They don't appear to be branded as Suburban, but in the same category (and under the Suburban menu) Airxcel is showing some "Can" branded flush-mounted glass-topped stoves: Euro Series
Brian: I think Escape it using the one at the top of the generic drop-in cooktop page. It's not on the Euro Series page.

https://airxcel.com/suburban/product...oktops/drop-in
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Brian: I think Escape it using the one at the top of the generic drop-in cooktop page. It's not on the Euro Series page.

https://airxcel.com/suburban/product...oktops/drop-in
Yes, good catch - they have glass-top flush units in two categories, and Escape is using the Suburban-branded unit in the drop-in page. Strangely, it seems like the only way to see the model name is to hover over the image to get the tip to display, which says "3031AST_SDS2A SS" I believe that this means SDS2 series, model 3031AST, in stainless steel.
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Reading just the title of the thread, I was dead certain the OP had made an error in terminology. I mean, who ever heard of a stove that flushes?
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