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Old 11-25-2009, 07:44 PM   #1
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We're looking to buy a complete kitchenette unit with working(or repairable) fridge, stove, sink, and hopefully a furnace, to install in a small bunkie up at the lake.If you have a badly damaged or unused F/G unit, or even a (shudder) stick-built, or truck camper with a salvageable kitchenete,please get in touch.
We are in Peterborough , Ontario. Will travel reasonable distance to pick up.
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Old 11-28-2009, 12:46 PM   #2
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I think you may want to get small appliances instead of RV or Marine types. RV appliances, etc. are available here:

http://www.campingworld.com/index.cfm?affi...P7CRhTWlehSgYXQ

But you will see that RV refrigerators are expensive in comparison to small refrigertors like for dormitories, etc.

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/s_10153_12605_A...erators_Compact

However, be sure to get a refrigerator, not a cooler. Coolers just keep things cool, and are listed as not suitable for storing perishables whereas a refrigerator runs cold.

RV equipment is like an expensive car, after the initial cost, the upkeep will keep you poor.
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Old 11-28-2009, 01:05 PM   #3
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RV equipment is like an expensive car, after the initial cost, the upkeep will keep you poor.
On the other hand, the original propane stove and 3-way refrigerator in my 35-year-old Boler are still working fine, and I didn't get the impression from the previous owners (18 years) that they had had to do any expensive maintenance. I think they said they had an orifice cleaned once.

And, they give you the option to run on propane, which... it's possible not to have AC at a cabin, or for it to be prone to going out in storms.

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