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Old 04-21-2019, 11:40 PM   #1
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I have a coleman 2 burner propane stove. From what I've read online, it needs high pressure propane and its own regulator. Any disagreements?

Any favorites out there in case new is a better option? I can't fit an oven; has to be a cooktop only. Anyone use this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Koblenz-...-400/301050632
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I have a coleman 2 burner propane stove. From what I've read online, it needs high pressure propane and its own regulator. Any disagreements?

Any favorites out there in case new is a better option? I can't fit an oven; has to be a cooktop only. Anyone use this: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Koblenz-...-400/301050632


any propane stove, burner, furnace has to run off a regulator
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Old 04-22-2019, 07:30 PM   #4
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Why no oven? I'm using this little unit, only 17" tall
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Old 04-22-2019, 08:24 PM   #5
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Nice looking little oven! What is the brand? Can you cook a 7 pound turkey in it? Some of the units suggested have the label "for outdoor use only". Is that because there is no vent? No outside air input?
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Nice looking little oven! What is the brand? Can you cook a 7 pound turkey in it? Some of the units suggested have the label "for outdoor use only". Is that because there is no vent? No outside air input?
I don't know about a 7lb turkey, would never cook one for myself. Gotta be able to broil my ribeyes though. I need an oven for pizzas, TV dinners, pies, etc. It's perfect for that without consuming a lot of space.


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We are using a Magic Chef stove similar in size to what 01marc describes. I pulled it from a defunct 5th wheel about ten years ago. It has 4 burners and an oven and runs on the same propane regulator as the space heater and the on demand water heater. Wifey is able to bake PERFECT apple pies in it though I don't know about 7 pound turkeys. I may be wrong but I think all the RV propane appliances use the same regulated pressures. The stove does vent in the bus but I have fume hood above that vents to the outside.
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That is pretty sweet o1marc.

Sleddgracer, I read that a 2 stage regulator starves the coleman stove.
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We are using a Magic Chef stove similar in size to what 01marc describes. I pulled it from a defunct 5th wheel about ten years ago. It has 4 burners and an oven and runs on the same propane regulator as the space heater and the on demand water heater. Wifey is able to bake PERFECT apple pies in it though I don't know about 7 pound turkeys. I may be wrong but I think all the RV propane appliances use the same regulated pressures. The stove does vent in the bus but I have fume hood above that vents to the outside.
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Can you email an apple pie to me please???
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