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Yes, Insignia has residential style ranges that will fit in an RV.  Not sure what RV manufactures offer them other than DRV.  We were just at a rally in Sevierville TN and DRV had several of their new units on display, most had the "residential" style ranges!  

 

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1 hour ago, Dapperdan said:

Yes, Insignia has residential style ranges that will fit in an RV.  Not sure what RV manufactures offer them other than DRV.  We were just at a rally in Sevierville TN and DRV had several of their new units on display, most had the "residential" style ranges!  

 

Dan

Grand Design is starting to use Insignia in their units, too.

Rob

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Insignia is under the Best Buy family, but they cannot sell them there for an RV as that one is exclusive to RV's, but they are so far behind in production that we had one ordered thru Kansas Rv, and they could not tell them when it would ship. We had ours ordered for 4 months before we found out that it never shipped.

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First thing that came to mind was why would anyone need or use that 4th burner. I would find it hard to understand why even that 3rd burner is necessary. I would think that even at home how long has it been that you had more than a couple pots on the stove at one time. Very few and far in between times.

 

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2 hours ago, travelinbob said:

First thing that came to mind was why would anyone need or use that 4th burner. I would find it hard to understand why even that 3rd burner is necessary. I would think that even at home how long has it been that you had more than a couple pots on the stove at one time. Very few and far in between times.

 

Rice and a slow cooking soup on the two back burners, vegetables and a main dish on the two front burners. 

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First thing that came to mind was why would anyone need or use that 4th burner. I would find it hard to understand why even that 3rd burner is necessary.

There are many things that I don't want but that I still try and help someone who does want them find a source for them. Customizing the RV to our individual needs & desires is all part of the fun of RV living. 

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4 hours ago, travelinbob said:

First thing that came to mind was why would anyone need or use that 4th burner. I would find it hard to understand why even that 3rd burner is necessary. I would think that even at home how long has it been that you had more than a couple pots on the stove at one time. Very few and far in between times.

 

Not at all uncommon at our home. I guess depends on how much and what you cook. If he says that they want four burners, why not accept it?

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