Bailey Approach Autograph 745

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  1. Shaz

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    Hi
    Have just bout this van. It is 2014. Have found the place to store the oven shelves but where is the best place to store the grill?
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    Not sure what you mean.
    We leave the shelf in the in the oven and simply stuff the oven gloves between the grill pan and burner.
    We do have a piece of anti anti slip mat below and between the oven pans.
    Nothing rattles.
     
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    There is a narrow section in the cupboard next to the oven which seems to take the oven shelves. It also has a swivel lock to stop them moving. Wondered if there was somewhere similar for the grill.
    Sharon
     
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    Hi Sharon , we are just the same as @Stealaway and we just keep all ours in the oven and use drying cloths or anti slip mat so "try to minimize any rattles"
    I take it that is your reason to find somewhere to store them ??
    or is there an other reason.
     
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    Thanks
    Have bought anti slip shelf liner and have wrapped things in towels etc. just wondering really as we have only had the van three weeks and have been away on holiday for two of those (without the van) so just getting to know it.
     
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    Pop it and the shelves in a neoprene laptop sleeve, available on eBay for a pound or two. Perfect. Problem solved and no messing.
     
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    Thanks BobtheBass that sounds great. Any other useful tips?
     
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    :hiya2::welcome4: To Fun.
    As others have said, lots of tea towels, oven gloves etc as padding helps stop the rattles.
     
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    Never eat yellow snow and remember these three words and you will never be poor. "Stick 'em up!"


    Sorry, I couldn't resist. One thing with Baileys that we learnt the hard way with our 745 is never to put your hands anywhere near the Alde radiator fins. They are as sharp as razor blades. The one in the under bed locker is a really nasty piece of work if you pull stuff like chairs out through the locker door without being careful. I did tell Bailey and they weren't at all interested I have to say. We loved the van though and the room inside is incomparable. Our local dealer was excellent as well (Cotswold Edge).
     
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    Wrap in tea towel and store under grill, it works for us
     
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    Thanks everybody. Next question, where is the grit filter for the water system? How do you get to it?
     
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    That space is for the dedicated drainer for the sink, I assume you didn't get one with the MH? We put anti-slip liner under the grill pan and in the grill pan for the rack.
     
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    Can't help with that one sorry.

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