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Old 08-15-2019, 06:29 PM   #1
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I'm looking to replace the stovetop in my 2005 Roadtrek 190 V. One burner is down and can't be repaired. The stove is no longer in production. I imagine that there are a number of other replacements available, but I thought I'd ask if there is any experience/guidance with this before I delve into the research.
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Old 08-15-2019, 06:46 PM   #2
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I don't know which stove you have but these folks carry a broad portfolio of RV staff.
https://pantherrvproducts.com/cooking/cooktops/
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Something to check out first for your unit. We decided to just live with one burner working in our 2008 Pleasureway Excel after we found out the both a repair or a replacement would entail removing all of the nearby cabinets. Since we seldom use more than one burner, it was too expensive to be worth the trouble and money.
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What did you end up doing? We have a 2 burner Dometic propane cooktop which apparently is no longer made. We are trying to find a replacement to drop into the same home. I believe it is a Dometic HBG2335. One burner works but the other won't stay lit.
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I like Panther Products but they not longer carry the stovetop I have in my RT 2014 SS Agile. It is a Dometic HBG2335. We checked on eBay or Amazon. Any thoughts on where to find something the same dimensions? Cutting a new hole is way beyond my pay grade.
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These stoves should be repairable, I am certain they share common parts.
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What did you end up doing? We have a 2 burner Dometic propane cooktop which apparently is no longer made. We are trying to find a replacement to drop into the same home. I believe it is a Dometic HBG2335. One burner works but the other won't stay lit.
I put in on the back burner We've been living with one burner, but i'm still looking at several different replacements.
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Great pun! Neither of ours are working now so we have to keep it on the front burner. I'm calling Dometic and maybe Panther Parts tomorrow. I can report back what I learn.
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https://highskyrvparts.com/rv-parts/...-parts/dometic

Cooktop & Range Replacement Parts: nwrvsupply.com

and I wonder - 2BR-1066050. www.caravansplus.com.au/spare-parts-diagram-cramer-2-burner-hob-p-15284.html
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