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Old 08-14-2016, 07:42 AM   #1
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Oven mod

This mod is ridiculously easy cheap and WORKS..
Many times I hear people talking about how stuff burns on the bottom in an RV oven and I have tried all the suggested fixes, Pizza stones (yes they work but shatter easy) ceramic bricks (not a good idea as they cover the oven in fine powder and weigh a lot) So this last trip I placed ONE LAYER of aluminum foil over the oven burner guard and guess what.. I did not burn anything in the whole 4 week trip..
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This mod is ridiculously easy cheap and WORKS..
Many times I hear people talking about how stuff burns on the bottom in an RV oven and I have tried all the suggested fixes, Pizza stones (yes they work but shatter easy) ceramic bricks (not a good idea as they cover the oven in fine powder and weigh a lot) So this last trip I placed ONE LAYER of aluminum foil over the oven burner guard and guess what.. I did not burn anything in the whole 4 week trip..
We discovered the same thing by accident. I put a layer of aluminum foil down to catch drips from a pizza being cooked on the rack. Realized it worked like a charm for heat distribution too.
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Seann45, what about your solar oven?
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Seann45, what about your solar oven?
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Don't work in the rain... It was so wet in Banff the last 4 weeks I had moss growing on my North side
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Don't work in the rain... It was so wet in Banff the last 4 weeks I had moss growing on my North side
I'm beginning to wonder if I'm not going to need Camco's new pontoon kit for TTs before this week is out.
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Just looked up the rainfall numbers!
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Great mod and affordable for every RVer........
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I'm beginning to wonder if I'm not going to need Camco's new pontoon kit for TTs before this week is out.
I been thinking about doing something like that for a giggle.. and I will just as soon as I win the lotto.
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