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Old 07-18-2020, 05:07 PM   #1
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Inside oven measurements

Hello all
Cannot find a thread but sure someone else has asked....
If anyone has the new 2020 oven installed in 21
Could you please provide me with inside measurements
Wanna get a pizza stone
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Old 07-18-2020, 07:11 PM   #2
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Hello Christine,
This one from Amazon worked well for us. Ours was a 2019 model.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Enjoy your Escape. We did.
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Old 07-18-2020, 08:17 PM   #3
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I don't think that the oven has changed...
oven inside measurements
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Old 07-18-2020, 11:54 PM   #4
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Hello Christine,
This one from Amazon worked well for us. Ours was a 2019 model.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Thanks so much
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I don't think that the oven has changed...
oven inside measurements
Thanks do mich
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Old 07-18-2020, 11:59 PM   #6
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I don't think that the oven has changed...
oven inside measurements
I can't find it now but someone here recently posted saying they replaced their new 2020 oven lid with a glass one, and when I clicked on it, it showed a (newer upgraded?) model oven?? I recall the new one looking like this maybe?

https://www.campingworld.com/dometic...anges-cooktops

There are no inventory pics to look at now, and all ETI's pics (that I can find) have the 2019 ovens. Regardless, I think the dimensions (that Brian B-P refers to) are probably pretty close, if not identical to the 2019 ovens. on the pizza stone! -Bea
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This 15" X 12" stone is the one I use in my 2017 21 oven. I've found the oven bakes more evenly if you slide it forward so that it half covers the holes in the oven floor. I don't know if the newer trailers have different size ovens.

One note - some pizza stones are fairly fragile & will shatter with road vibration. I destroyed this one after one trip.
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Ah ha, just found this article on the new oven on ETI's website. Apparently it is an optional upgrade...but this article says it's a 17" model. [The Dometic R31 17 3-Burner Oven has been added as an upgrade option to our E21, E21NE and the E5.0 models.]

Humm, my 2019 oven measures 21" wide, so this new oven is 4" smaller, which means the oven would be 4 inches narrower? and each top burner closer together? ...but it would give you more counter space! FYI -Bea

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Ah ha, just found this article on the new oven on ETI's website. Apparently it is an optional upgrade...but this article says it's a 17" model. [The Dometic R31 17 3-Burner Oven has been added as an upgrade option to our E21, E21NE and the E5.0 models.]

Humm, my 2019 oven measures 21" wide, so this new oven is 4" smaller, which means the oven would be 4 inches narrower? and each top burner closer together? ...but it would give you more counter space! FYI -Bea

https://escapetrailer.com/dometic-3-burner-oven/
We just put our deposit down on a 21c today.
I will ask Joldie when she emails me to confirm measurement of new oven offered
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This 15" X 12" stone is the one I use in my 2017 21 oven. I've found the oven bakes more evenly if you slide it forward so that it half covers the holes in the oven floor. I don't know if the newer trailers have different size ovens.

One note - some pizza stones are fairly fragile & will shatter with road vibration. I destroyed this one after one trip.
Thanks do much for your reply
I will confirm new oven measurements with Joldie when she contacts me
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Old 07-22-2020, 07:39 PM   #11
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[QUOTE=ChristineMcD;345619]We just put our deposit down on a 21c today.
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How exciting! Congrats - good choice! -Bea
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I have a 15x12 and it is too big...covers the vent holes, and the results were not very good - burned pizza, burned cookies. I bought a airbake pan and also moved to a higher rack position and everything has come out perfect. I sort of gave up on the stone but if I were to try it again in that oven I'd get a wet saw and hack about 2" off it. I like the airbake pan better also because it's light and easier to pull out of the oven. The airbake is 14x12.
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Ah ha, just found this article on the new oven on ETI's website. Apparently it is an optional upgrade...but this article says it's a 17" model. [The Dometic R31 17 3-Burner Oven has been added as an upgrade option to our E21, E21NE and the E5.0 models.]

Humm, my 2019 oven measures 21" wide, so this new oven is 4" smaller, which means the oven would be 4 inches narrower?
No, the 17" and 21" dimensions in these model names are the overall height of the appliance, not the width.
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No, the 17" and 21" dimensions in these model names are the overall height of the appliance, not the width.
Ooooo, If I were the one getting a new oven, this would be good news. Thanks for the clarification Brian! -Bea
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