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Old 04-18-2016, 11:00 PM   #1
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Can someone give us the inside measurements of the oven in the escape. We are preparing to pick up our new trailer and are packing some baking pans so we have them for our trip, dont want to pack something too big. Thanks!
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Old 04-18-2016, 11:25 PM   #2
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Can someone give us the inside measurements of the oven in the escape. We are preparing to pick up our new trailer and are packing some baking pans so we have them for our trip, dont want to pack something too big. Thanks!
I spoke to someone at Atwood, the stove/oven manufacturer, and was told that the inside dimensions are 12.75 high, 12 deep and 14 wide.
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I spoke to someone at Atwood, the stove/oven manufacturer, and was told that the inside dimensions are 12.75 high, 12 deep and 14 wide.
Measured mine and a 13x15 space for a baking pan.
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When selecting pans, remember air needs to circulate around them in the oven. You have to size the pans to allow for that.
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I guess they must use a different oven unit for the 21. I asked for the 19, and in that one they use the Atwood model #RV1735BBP. The measurements I got were for that one.
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I bought a set of pans made for a toaster oven, worked well.
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My cookie sheet is half-size. Even so it won't fit front-to-back; I turn it sideways and it's fine. My other pan is a 6 by 9 inch brownie/cornbread pan. I purchased both pans after picking up the trailer, on our initial Fred Meyer provisioning run. (Bellingham WA).

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After some trial I now use a 15.25" X 9.5" Pyrex pan. You could fit one that is 12" wide but the 15.25 is max length. I really like the air flow that 9.5" allows, I used a 15x12 at first but chickens would not brown up as well, the generally the cooking was too uneven.
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Old 04-20-2016, 08:53 PM   #9
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I guess they must use a different oven unit for the 21. I asked for the 19, and in that one they use the Atwood model #RV1735BBP. The measurements I got were for that one.
That's the 17-inch Wedgewood Vision high-output range with piezo ignition. The Atwood brochure doesn't give any inside dimensions, but I note that from the cutout and shipping dimensions that the difference between the two sizes is only in height. The letters on the end are only ignition and finish options which would not affect the dimensions.

I have the RV-2135 BBP in my motorhome - the same thing, but taller.
My interior is:
  • 15" wide (clearance between shelf supports). This should be the same as the Escape model; I assume Atwood's 14" value is for the maximum width of a pan, leaving room for air circulation as baglo explained.
  • 13.5" deep (front to back). I again assume that Atwood's 12" value is for the maximum width of a pan, leaving room for air circulation.
  • 15" tall, but only 8" from the lowest shelf position to the roof, due to the burner assembly and the screwed-in broiler shelf above it. The shallower "17 inch" model would not be as tall... presumably as little as 4" but probably a bit more (minus air circulation space) of usable height. Atwood's 12.75" height would be from the very bottom to the top, with much of that not part of the usable space for baking or roasting.
    With only one burner in the oven, the only way to broil is to place the food on the floor of the oven under the burner - this is presumably why this space takes up so much of the oven's height... and even then, one would need to be very careful to avoid uneven cooking, and to avoid hitting the pilot light.

So this basically matches Charlie's observation. I assume that Craig's Pyrex pan's handles are right up against the walls, between the shelf supports.
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The oven I had in the 21' had piezo igniters on the stove burners only, the oven was manual lighting.
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