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Old 02-14-2006, 07:49 PM   #1
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Hi,
My new 1971 31' Sovereign was delivered last night and today I scrubbed and scrubbed. The stove is disgusting and the oven is missing. My husband thinks we should get a stove with a combo/micorwave/convection oven??i?if such a thing exists for trailers. Any ideas?
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Old 02-14-2006, 08:00 PM   #2
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--- My husband thinks we should get a stove with a combo/micorwave/convection oven??i?if such a thing exists for trailers. Any ideas?
It's available. We optioned one on our 06 CCD from A.S. Good choice.
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Old 02-14-2006, 08:18 PM   #3
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Old 02-14-2006, 09:38 PM   #4
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Old 02-20-2006, 09:59 PM   #5
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I can't believe I was actually thinking about convection ovens...what was it...a mere week or so ago? Guys, what a mess. Oh well, the mouse poop and cat poo are gone now. So are all of the insides. Walls, cabinets, bathroom fixtures and kitchen sink now rest comfortably against the interior wall of the garden shed. Dave bought me a respirator and goggles at Home Depot today (should have gotten it sooner, with the poop and all, but this will help with the bleach and scrub brushing). The floor sags badly toward and in the bathroom.The floor will come up and then... I sure hope we don't have to do the Full Monte. I like the idea of keeping the walls just where God intended them to be. Good thing Dave is "handy" and has a welder. After reading all these forums I think he's going to need it...among other tools. Oh, the front door, I just noticed, doesn't fit right...bulges out at the top and bottom.

Oh well, I'm laughing. I actually thought I was going to reupholster, paint and put in a new floor (like linoleum, not subfloor). Silly me.
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Old 03-01-2006, 09:20 PM   #7
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Oh, the front door, I just noticed, doesn't fit right...bulges out at the top and bottom.
The door bowing out top and bottom is most likely caused by it blowing open while being towed down the highway, although I have seen it happen when a very strong gust of wind yanks it out of someone's hand.
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Welcome to the forums and the wonderful world of Airstreams. The door can be fixed. I did one using a come along and a jig I made out of 2 by 4s. I structured the jig as an H and positioned it just below center of the door to begin. Then using the come along I cranked the door back into shape. You may have to move the jig up or down to get just the right contour. Do not over bend when the door is back in shape it will tell you, just keep checking.
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