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Old 07-17-2017, 01:30 PM   #1
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Suburban Recessed Cooktop

I just ordered a Suburban recessed glass cooktop enclosure from Amazon as they had 2 in the warehouse deals that I got one like new with damaged packaging for about half price, $58 reg $90.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
This is the enclosure that you recess into the countertop and then use the 2 burner suburban cooktop to set down in and hookup. Near as I can tell the Suburban 2 burner and the Atwood 2 burner are almost identical dimensions. I will see when it gets here whether the ETI supplied Atwood 2 burner will fit this enclosure. If so, I'll soon have a recessed glass covered cooktop for $60.
If it doesn't work out with the dimensions, it can be returned.
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The link is for the glass cover for the cooktop?
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I just ordered a Suburban recessed glass cooktop enclosure from Amazon as they had 2 in the warehouse deals that I got one like new with damaged packaging for about half price, $58 reg $90.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
This is the enclosure that you recess into the countertop and then use the 2 burner suburban cooktop to set down in and hookup. Near as I can tell the Suburban 2 burner and the Atwood 2 burner are almost identical dimensions. I will see when it gets here whether the ETI supplied Atwood 2 burner will fit this enclosure. If so, I'll soon have a recessed glass covered cooktop for $60.
If it doesn't work out with the dimensions, it can be returned.
Nice upgrade Greg ! Hope it will work out ! Pat
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Old 07-17-2017, 04:07 PM   #4
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Greg - it only says cover on the title. Does is also include the bottom part of the enclosure?
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The link is for the glass cover for the cooktop?
Yeah, I thought so too Jim, and even posted a reply - until I looked at the documentation (really hard to find). The linked product is indeed the glass cover, but it's attached to a metal surround that recesses into the counter. The existing 2 burner cooktop sits inside that surround instead of on the top of the counter. It's kind of like a recessed cooktop 'conversion' kit.
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Old 07-17-2017, 05:26 PM   #6
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What is under you current range a drawer or cabinet? The glass top drops your range about 2" into the cabinet. I was going to put one in a Casita but there was not enough room because a drawer was mounted just below the range bottom. If it works you got a deal.
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Yeah, I thought so too Jim, and even posted a reply - until I looked at the documentation (really hard to find). The linked product is indeed the glass cover, but it's attached to a metal surround that recesses into the counter. The existing 2 burner cooktop sits inside that surround instead of on the top of the counter. It's kind of like a recessed cooktop 'conversion' kit.
So if we already have a 2 burner stove this will convert it to a recessed model?
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Actually my 2 burner has a large and a small burner whereas all the photo's show 2 burners of the same size?
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Nice upgrade Greg ! Hope it will work out ! Pat
Greg I have looked at the glass top for the oven . Been occupied so didn't measure anything yet . I think it would require I drop the oven down . Just not crazy about the metal top that is on there now . I think the dinette table has to come first before I get into anymore . Pat
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Robert found what little documentation is out there. I did have Suburban send me their only install manual for this and I've attached it. What I purchased includes the glass cover attached to the metal housing as Robert shows, then your cooktop drops into the metal housing, secures and hooks up. It will require a 5 1/8 clearance from top of counter to bottom of cooktop. I have the microwave below my current cooktop and believe I have the clearance available, but I will be measuring a bunch this weekend after it arrives.
For $60 bucks figured it was worth the attempt.
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