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Old 09-10-2004, 08:05 AM   #1
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Hello, looking into the costs associated with replacing all the major appliances in a Bambi II. Stove, refrig, heater, water heater etc. Any basic idea of total cost just for the units and related supplies, no labor...

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Try this site for ballpark pricing. I have not purchased from them, but they seem to have a wide variety andshow prices.

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I'd like to add to this line of questioning. Does any one know what model is a direct replacement for a frig in a 76 Sovereign?

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New Appliances ?

Greetings Jack!

Originally Posted by Craftsman
I'd like to add to this line of questioning. Does any one know what model is a direct replacement for a frig in a 76 Sovereign?

If you have the original Dometic model number, you might be able to find the suggested Dometic replacement model in the cross-reference list at the site below:

Dometic Replacement RV Refrigerator Cross-Reference

If the cross-reference doesn't contain the listing for your refrigerator, you can find the dimensions of the various Dometic refrigerators at:

Dometic Classic RV Refrigerator line

Dometic Americana RV Refrigerator line

Dometic Royale RV Refrigerator line

Dometic New Dimensions RV Refrigerator line

When I needed a new refrigerator for my '64 Overlander International, there wasn't a direct replacement. The closes available unit was in the Americana series - - I selected one with 3-way electronic energy selection - - and am completely satisfied after three seasons of use. I don't care for LP appliances so operate it on either 12-volt DC or 120-volt AC most of the time (it has only seen about 8-hours of operation on LP gas).

Good luck with your search!

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