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Old 06-14-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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Stovetop cover

Aou last RV had a cover over the range top that folded up and down. It was very nice to use as extra countertop space when not using the range and as a backsplash when the range was in use.

Our new Jayco 26RLS does not have this.

Is there something in the aftermarket that can be used as a cover?
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:17 PM   #2
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Your model appears to have a standard 3 burner Atwood cooktop. Have you checked with your RV dealer? As far as aftermarket, I don't know. I bet one manufactured by Atwood may be the only way you can go.
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Camping World has one, and "it ain't cheap"! I think it's around $45 or so. We got one and it does the job but I wish the gauge of steel was a bit more stout. It seems a bit flimsy but it does the job.
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I bought this, http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...er-black/16056 I use 1 side for cutting and 1 side as the good side. Until a friend took something out of the oven and put it on it. Now both sides are crappy.
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I bought this, http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...er-black/16056 I use 1 side for cutting and 1 side as the good side. Until a friend took something out of the oven and put it on it. Now both sides are crappy.
I have one of those. Mine is tan color and it is old. I guess age has caused it to slightly curl but it still works well. You can only use one side of mine since the other has the non-skid material glued to it. Mine has cut marks on it and my wife at the time yelled at me for using it as a cutting board. Now the wife is an ex and I still have the cutting board...:-))
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We have one of these wooden stove top cutting boards. Works well to create added countertop space when not using the stove.

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...ing-board/8648
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The 3 burner Atwood is pretty standard across Jayco lines. Ours didn't come with a cover so I ordered one from our local dealer and installed it myself. Came with instructions and was an easy 10 minute job.
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Old 06-15-2013, 09:30 AM   #8
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I was thinking of making one out of a piece of countertop.
I thought about cutting a couple notches on the bottom to keep it from sliding?

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What the PO had left us in our TT. Works great and cheap to make. I may eventually re-make it due to the years of use and starting to sag a little.

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We have one of these wooden stove top cutting boards. Works well to create added countertop space when not using the stove.

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...ing-board/8648
I bought a wooden cutting board cheap someplace that looks about the same size as this one. I used the router to cut slots in the backside of the board that set over the bars in of the range top so it doesn't slide around.
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