Magic chef stove/range

Discussion in 'Fridges & Ovens' started by RockieRV, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. RockieRV

    RockieRV Deleted User

    Well I am destined to have another one of these Magic chef things they call an oven. I can feel it in me bones:Rofl1:
    Can anyone please give me ANY tips at all about how and where to cook in it?

    To date I have charred a plum crumble to a gooey mass
    and I have burnt a pizza to a crisp on the underneath, whilst the cheese on top is still cold.

    magic chef pizza lookalike here
     
  2. Brits-Rv

    Brits-Rv Read Only Funster

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    Hi RockieRv,
    Can't give you any tips on the Magic Chef Stove as mine went in the bin.:Rofl1:
     
  3. RockieRV

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    Yes my last one went on eBay and an American Rv dealer bought it to slam into one of their RV's.

    So is that a no then?:Rofl1:
     
  4. kands

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    Come on guys.... PLEASE....... I don't feel the need to change another oven :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: Are you all sadists??

    Keith
     
  5. Keith and Debs

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    Sorry Keith cant help here ours went in the bin also....

    Keith and Debs
     
  6. zaskar

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    BIN IT!!!!!!!! Magic Chefs are most certainly not magic. They're flippin' 'orrible things!
    Ripped mine out and replaced it with a Stoves 500 D.I.T British oven.
    A MUCH better piece of kit. Easier to use, better build quality, MUCH more pleasing to the eye and MUCH easier to clean.
    NO WAY is it staying in the bus when PX comes along. The not so Magic Chef is going back in and the Stoves is comeing with me!
    Bought mine from a narrow boat chandler in the West Midlands for about £350. Was recomended by a mate who built his own narrow boat and thats where he got his. Even after driving down in the car from Cheshire to pick it up, I still saved about £100-150.
    Narrow boat chandlers and marinas can be well worth checking out cos for kit like this, they can be a lot cheaper than caravan/motorhome/RV suppliers.
     
  7. lugnutt

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    can't fault are m/c..it's brill for storing kitchen rolls and spare loo rolls
    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  8. lugnutt

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    just use this

    cobb-bbq.co.uk/
     
  9. RockieRV

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    Dave I am still waiting for you to give me a price for yours:Rofl1:
     
  10. Road Runner

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    Mine went wrong first trip so replaced it with an over/grill style microwave and instantly found it was not vented enough as an oven so only use it as a microwave.
     
  11. Bryan

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    Can I ask how easy it was to fit? Did it 'fit the hole' left after removal of the Magic Chef without any modification needed to the housing or...?

    Do you have any pictures and/or measurements?

    Does it or can it run from LPG?

    Sorry for so many questions but we have been thinking of swapping but not found a suitable alternative, size wise.

    Thanks
    Bryan
     
  12. Road Runner

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    not again:RollEyes:will this be number 4:Wink:is Suzy in action again?:Laughing:



    only joking btw bryan:Wink:
     
  13. Geo

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    I can honesly say hand on heart I have never had a moments trouble with the oven in our RV
    Geo
    PS Were is it ????:Rofl1:
     
  14. Bryan

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    Just in front of Pam..


    (I'm heading for the hills....)
     
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    :RollEyes: I don't understand the problem with the Magic Chef Stove? We used to cook Turkey and the full roast Xmas dinner in our old Coachmen. We have cooked Pies, Cakes, Yorkshire Pudding.
    Now we don't have one, we miss it. We do however have a Microwave Oven that is almost as good. But it's FLIPPING Electric. Rather use gas/LPG anytime for cooking. :Wink:
     

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