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Old 09-19-2020, 02:20 PM   #1
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One of the burners is out on my Suburban SD2 cooktop in a 2006 190 Versatile and parts are no longer available so I need to replace it. The best match I can find is the Suburban Cooktop 3071ABK (2 Burner) SDN2-UBKI

(https://suburbanrvparts.com/suburban...dn2-ubk-black/)

Suburban says that the size is different so I'm looking for a direct replacement before I get out the chainsaw.

Any suggestions? Ideas?
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Old 09-19-2020, 02:40 PM   #2
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One of the burners is out on my Suburban SD2 cooktop in a 2006 190 Versatile and parts are no longer available so I need to replace it. The best match I can find is the Suburban Cooktop 3071ABK (2 Burner) SDN2-UBKI

(https://suburbanrvparts.com/suburban...dn2-ubk-black/)

Suburban says that the size is different so I'm looking for a direct replacement before I get out the chainsaw.

Any suggestions? Ideas?

Did you drive yourself nuts looking for the part, then the same stove?

Replaced mine last year, 05/04 190P. I was careful to measure the gas connections since the burners, knobs are positioned differently. As I recall the corners were more squarish with the new stove having curved corners.

No problem with the installation with the gas connecting the same.

BUT, you will need that chainsaw and more to remove the old stove, if it was installed by the Roadtrek like mine.

I replaced mine with the aluminum color like the original.
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Old 09-19-2020, 10:13 PM   #3
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Did you drive yourself nuts looking for the part, then the same stove?

Replaced mine last year, 05/04 190P. I was careful to measure the gas connections since the burners, knobs are positioned differently. As I recall the corners were more squarish with the new stove having curved corners.

No problem with the installation with the gas connecting the same.

BUT, you will need that chainsaw and more to remove the old stove, if it was installed by the Roadtrek like mine.

I replaced mine with the aluminum color like the original.
Did you get the above (suburban) replacement?
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Old 09-19-2020, 10:21 PM   #4
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Did you get the above (suburban) replacement?
Yes, but to be sure, you can as I recall find all the dimensions, etc. online.

Yes, I used the same SDN2.

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Old 09-19-2020, 11:27 PM   #5
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One of the burners is out on my Suburban SD2 cooktop in a 2006 190 Versatile and parts are no longer available so I need to replace it. The best match I can find is the Suburban Cooktop 3071ABK (2 Burner) SDN2-UBKI

(https://suburbanrvparts.com/suburban...dn2-ubk-black/)

Suburban says that the size is different so I'm looking for a direct replacement before I get out the chainsaw.

Any suggestions? Ideas?
I have the 05 Versatile - no chainsaw or modification needed - had my RV Guy do it but I was there and it didn't require any modification - had the RV Guy do it because of what I thought might a gas safety issue

Photos to come.
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I plan on taking out my cooktop and going with a portable gas burner. I'll stub the gas up to the cooktop so I can attach it to a portable cooktop. That way I have way more counter space when I need it. If I want to cook outside I don't need to carry another cooktop in the van and if i want to cook with an induction unit it won't be raised up on the cooktop cover.
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