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Old 05-19-2011, 10:11 PM   #1
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Has anyone ordered the ADTH two burner stovetop? If so any problems. Sure is cheap enough.

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Old 05-20-2011, 04:10 PM   #2
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Has anyone ordered the ADTH two burner stovetop? If so any problems. Sure is cheap enough.

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i've been looking at them also for my uhaul 13 , size is right & cheap enough,i can only find black.planning on doing some more research tonight.jim
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Old 05-20-2011, 04:21 PM   #3
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i've been looking at them also for my uhaul 13 , size is right & cheap enough,i can only find black.planning on doing some more research tonight.jim
I think they only come in black.

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Old 05-20-2011, 04:26 PM   #4
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I think they only come in black.

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I would be interested too. Mine is ugly, but about like others I have seen.
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Old 05-20-2011, 07:27 PM   #5
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I would be interested too. Mine is ugly, but about like others I have seen.
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one co. is $45. + shipping
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Old 05-20-2011, 07:39 PM   #6
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At this site Buy Wholesale RV Parts at RV Xcessories - ADTH Black L.P. Gas 2 Burner Range Top Stove
The ad says that "the gas regulator is not included".
Does that mean the cooktop won't work off the trailer regulator (different pressure than bbq's etc.) unless you install a separate regulator for the cooktop ?

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Old 05-21-2011, 06:10 AM   #7
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I emailed the RV place above. It does come with a regulator. I ordered a stove from them last night.

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I'm puzzled by the addition- of- regulator requirement for this unit- that's usually only true with outdoor propane stoves etc., which operate at the higher pressure of about 16"wc.
RV appliances are designed to work at about 11"wc pressure as supplied through the trailer's regulator, and usually don't come with a new one.
The only purpose of adding another regulator between this cooktop and the trailer tank would be to reduce the gas pressure to even lower levels. Maybe the regulator is just a redundancy supplied for ground-up installs?
I'd inquire about the cooktop's actual design pressure- if it's 11"wc you can leave out the new regulator.
But if it's higher than that (like an outdoor stove) it won't work properly on your trailer system.

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FYI
These are both ADTH stoves currently for sale online.
On left: "RV" cooktop as offered online at Amazon.com: NEW STEEL ADTH RV CAMPER RANGE TOP GAS STOVE 2 BURNER: Sports & Outdoors
On right: Same cooktop, outdoor version, as illustrated at ADTH site.adth.com

These are identical except for the lid/windscreen addition.
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These are both ADTH stoves currently for sale online.
On left: "RV" cooktop as offered online at Amazon.com: NEW STEEL ADTH RV CAMPER RANGE TOP GAS STOVE 2 BURNER: Sports & Outdoors
On right: Same cooktop, outdoor version, as illustrated at ADTH site.adth.com

These are identical except for the lid/windscreen addition.
daman, let us know what you think of your new stove,thanks, jim
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I put one in a 13' Scamp I had several years ago. It worked great.
As I remember it cost $49.95 including shipping. I bought it on eBay.
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Old 05-30-2011, 09:52 PM   #12
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Got the new stove. Nothing fancy (LOL). I will have to custom fit with a spacer between the stove and countertop. Stove is to small for the opening. I think you would have to do this with just about all two burner tops. Opening on the U haul is larger than most. Trying to decide what I want to use for the spacer.

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Got the new stove. Nothing fancy (LOL). I will have to custom fit with a spacer between the stove and countertop. Stove is to small for the opening. I think you would have to do this with just about all two burner tops. Opening on the U haul is larger than most. Trying to decide what I want to use for the spacer.

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Perfect excuse for a whole new counter-top !!!

Seriously though! It may look neater overall. Then you could also put the sink underneath like Jay B. 70's Scamp Restoration

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