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Old 05-08-2015, 08:58 AM   #1
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Outdoor stove

I am looking to add this outdoor stove (Jay series Sport I believe) to our Travel trailer. We just upgraded to a Jayco Eagle 324BTSBH (a monster- yes). It has an outdoor kitchen but no cooking surface. I am missing my 2 burner outdoor cooktop. Does anyone have this and can get me a part number? We contacted our dealer and they said we were the 2nd people to call in the same day about this. They are looking into it but I thought I would try here as well.

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Well, I heard back from our dealer and thought I would share the findings in case anyone reading this thread wanted it too. THe stove pictured is a new standard item on 2016 JaySport Series pop ups. THey are waiting a few months to see if there are problems with them before turning them out "to the public".
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i dont see the difference from my 2014 that i have do you know what the difference is
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Old 05-09-2015, 06:42 AM   #4
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Would something like this fit the bill?



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Do you know how well this stove works if you bypass the regulator and hook it up to the low pressure connection on the tt. Thinking the regulator is on the hose for the stove
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Do you know how well this stove works if you bypass the regulator and hook it up to the low pressure connection on the tt. Thinking the regulator is on the hose for the stove
No, I don't but on other grills / ovens that I've removed the regulators from and installed fittings that are compatible with the outside nipple, they work well IMHO.

I've got both a Weber Q and a Camp Chef Oven and both work just fine using the RV's LP supply line.

p.s. They also have a 3 burner version of this stove.
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Thanks. Think I might try the 3 burner one.
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Camp chefs are tough to beat. I have a pro 90 and love it. They make both hi and low pressure tabletop two burner stoves, so make sure you get the right one
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Just make sure your camp chef is NOT a Mountain Series (Sierra etc). They do NOT convert to LP Quick connects as per manufacturer.
As far as changes from 2014, bailee21, I don't know. Good to know that it looks like your 2014. Can you get me a part number off it?? If it is like the one pictured, I want it! LOL. My husband did the communicating with the dealer, so he probably assumed the older version wasn't as good. Hence the upgrade… Worth a shot anyway.
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