Wanted: Replacement grates for 2 burner stove - Fiberglass RV


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Old 10-01-2012, 06:01 PM   #1
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Replacement grates for 2 burner stove

I am missing the grates/potholders for this 2 burner stove from a '75 trillium.
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Old 10-01-2012, 08:35 PM   #2
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I would suggest that find the model number and give these folks a call. Brown Stove Works, INC.
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:40 PM   #3
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Clean looking stove for it's age! I agree with Byron. Plenty of grates will fit, but you want to make sure you have the right clips for the stove, so they don't rattle around or bounce out during travels.
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Hi: dylemma...We have a great local RV Appliance repair tech who has many hard to find used parts http://www.gammonsrv.com They will send parts if you are in contact with them. They can also rebuild the cooling unit for any brand of fridge so that a replacement might not be necessary.
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:25 AM   #5
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Clean looking stove for it's age! I agree with Byron. Plenty of grates will fit, but you want to make sure you have the right clips for the stove, so they don't rattle around or bounce out during travels.
Thanks I cleaned it up a bit and painted it with high heat paint. Good point about bouncing. Being a newbie, I didn't even think about that

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Old 10-02-2012, 10:04 AM   #6
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I lost my clips also so placed small round magnets under the cover feet. Works well, I also have a cover over the stove to give more counter space when stove not in use.

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Dave try giving Trillium in Calgary a call they can often give you something that works or point you in the right direct when it comes to old parts.
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Thanks I cleaned it up a bit and painted it with high heat paint. Good point about bouncing. Being a newbie, I didn't even think about that

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It looks great!! What paint did you use??
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Old 10-06-2012, 09:54 AM   #9
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It looks great!! What paint did you use??
I used a high heat spray paint from tremclad. I hope it holds up. We don't plan on using the stove much as we tend to cook outside
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Thank you, I just looked it up and it's American brand is Rust-Oleum. Mine isn't nearly as bad as that but it could use a touch up at some point. Keep us posted as to how it holds up.
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Clean looking stove for it's age! I agree with Byron. Plenty of grates will fit, but you want to make sure you have the right clips for the stove, so they don't rattle around or bounce out during travels.
Oh!?! I didn't know the grates should have clips. Last summer I just wrapped them in a towel and put them in the sink when traveling. Another quest!!
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Oh!?! I didn't know the grates should have clips. Last summer I just wrapped them in a towel and put them in the sink when traveling. Another quest!!
I didn't know they were supposed to have clips either, does anyone have a picture of what they look like. I took the magnet suggestion and went out for strong magnets to hold mine for now.
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