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Old 10-28-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Burner Covers?

Wondering what folks are using to cover the burners when not in use. I have a 184BH and we could really use that real estate as counter top space. All ideas or suggestions are welcome.
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:12 PM   #2
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Wondering what folks are using to cover the burners when not in use. I have a 184BH and we could really use that real estate as counter top space. All ideas or suggestions are welcome.
We use the standard stove cover. It attaches to the back of the burner area and folds back out of the way when cooking.


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Old 10-28-2013, 03:29 PM   #3
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Bought the biggest plastic cutting board from Walmart. $10
Screwed 2 blocks of wood to the bottom that fit into the grid to keep it from moving around.
About 20 minute mod.
Post #16 in this thread has pictures

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We have the Camco black stove top cover for our 3 burner Atwood stove. It attaches to the back and is hinged to fold up.

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Old 10-28-2013, 10:23 PM   #5
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We just installed one on our Atwood. The extra counterspace should be good. As well I'm making a cover for the curved larger side of the sink. Then the whole kitchen area will be counter as needed.
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We use the standard stove cover. It attaches to the back of the burner area and folds back out of the way when cooking.


http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...er-black/12038
This is also the one we have and it works very well. My only complaint is that the gauge of metal could be a bit thicker, considering the cost.
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Since some of the newer tt's don't come with one (money saver for the factories) you might get one from a salvage yard then put a camco cutting board on it. The cutting board does not move with the "no slip" mat under it even when the cover is vertical. Larry
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We have used this cutting board for years.

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Multi-purpose too.
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Multi-purpose too.
What are you cooking there? Looks great!!!
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What are you cooking there? Looks great!!!
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Sauce simmering for pasta...delicious.

Italian sausage, garlic cloves, diced tomatoes (Italian style), tomato sauce and paste, mushrooms....
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