Suburban 2 burner stove top - repair or replace? - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-19-2013, 09:27 AM   #1
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Suburban 2 burner stove top - repair or replace?

Hi, we are off to camping this morning but we discovered that the front burner knob on our cook top seemed frozen (back still works fine). I finally got it to turn but it does not turn on the gas. I think the guts of the valve are frozen and probably now broken.

I'm wondering if 1) there are parts available for this stove (original Scamp 2 burner 2001) or if the suburban drop in 2 burner stoves sold on-line can be used as a direct replacement.

What have others done in repairing your stoves or replacing with new?

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Old 07-19-2013, 10:35 AM   #2
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Long shot but some knobs are push down or in before turning to turn on. If not parts should be available, new and used.
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Old 07-22-2013, 04:46 PM   #3
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Thanks, did that. Knob turns but not gas. I'll be looking for parts or to replace the stove top.

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Old 07-22-2013, 05:09 PM   #4
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Thanks, did that. Knob turns but not gas. I'll be looking for parts or to replace the stove top.

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I have this stove that i took out of mine. I can send all or parts if you reimburse for shipping. It's missing one knob. I have no idea if it works.

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Hi, KD, thanks for your reply. The part that I'd need is just the plumbing under the plate where the knobs attach to. But....what stove did you purchase for a replacement?

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I'm not replacing it. I had one in the galley of my sailboat and i never once used it. So i'd rather have the space. If you to take a pic of the the piece you need just message me and you can text me a pic and i'll let you know if i have it...or you can post it here...i didn't remove anything from the stove or plumbing. If i have what you need i'll send it....no problem
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