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Old 17-09-2014, 15:53   #16
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Re: replacing/reparing a propane range

my 2 bobs worth - DONT buy a 'smev' stove - mines 6-7 yrs old and the gasheads in the elements are simply sitting in place because the substrate they were attached to has completely corroded away. Parts support is non-existant. Very disappointing.
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Re: replacing/reparing a propane range

Another option is RV stoves... or replacing your burners with those off a propane cooktop.... which are cheap. Obviously you would need to work out the details for that. RV stoves need to be just as safe as boat stoves.
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Re: replacing/reparing a propane range

It looks like they might be able to provide support for the Broadwater stoves. They appear to be almost identical.


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Re: replacing/reparing a propane range

We replaced a Hillarange with a Force 10, very Happy
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