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Old 11-08-2019, 02:13 AM   #21
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I use an induction cooktop outside when things get windy here. Better temp control in the wind. My pots work with both. Flames go out in wind and even when they dont I cannot get water to boil at times. I prefer gas at home but the oven inside the RV is pretty worthless. I use a pizza stone to make it work but lighting the thing is not worth it.

I say remove it. You can find some induction cook tops that are really thin that are portable and some embedded as well if you like. Do watch for shared power ones. They work fine at lower wattage but take longer to heat up at lower wattage.
https://www.magneticcooky.com/induct...oktops-for-rv/

I am looking for a good convection oven replacement as well so please share what you find that fits.

You can buy a single butane burner as a backup if you don't have power. I found one at aldi's for $12 but they average $25 at walmart. Butane is $5 for 4 cans.

Cabinets should be pretty simple to build out depending on how well you want it to match.
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Old 11-08-2019, 08:49 AM   #22
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Convection Microwave

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We have the same rig. I went crazy trying to find a convection oven that would fit. Hope you find one. If you do please post. We use a pizza stone in the oven that really works (just a thought).
In my looking for a convection microwave, I found this one thru RecPro that will fit where the current one is. maybe this one will work for you and the price is good.
https://www.recpro.com/rv-convection...hoCS1QQAvD_BwE
We have a pizza stone as well but we used the oven once this past year and the pilot kept going out and had to relight it several times while making brownies for kids birthday. The temp was hard to determine and the brownies overcooked. Convection would be much better.
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Old 11-08-2019, 03:25 PM   #23
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portable induction cook top

I did find these portable cook tops on Amazon and Home depot. DW likes the idea of the 2 burner propane cook top with glass top that is flush mount and having the 2 burner induction to use when we have electric. This project might be getting out of hand!
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0045QEPYM...v_ov_lig_dp_it

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cuisinar...T-60/302655340
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