Motorhome cookers

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  1. David Parkes

    David Parkes Read Only Funster

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    Is there a oven out there that doesn't rattle squeak bag and open its doors every time you go over a bump because if there is I would love to know about it.
     
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    Our oven does not make any sounds.....

    The door is a very tight closure.

    We just wrap the grill tray and grill pan with tea towels when travelling...... not a peep......:thumb:
     
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    Hi
    Yes wrap the trays up that should stop the noise, I had a door that opened so I used a bungey strap to keep it fastened. Pete
     
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    yep tea towels work until you forget you've wrapped the oven shelves in them and light the oven like i did!!!:Rofl1:
     
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    Our oven makes no noise,and when we are travelling we use it as a vegetable larder so it's packed full.Doesnt take long to empty it to use-as we will tomorrow night whilst on Marine Parade Dover.

    Mike.
     
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    In the two vans we've owned, neither oven made a noise. As others have said, wrap loose objects and use it as storage in transit.
     
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    Mine does rattle so I take Rays hearing aids out :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    You need to put a "Bun" in the oven... :RollEyes::Wink::Rofl1:
     
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    i got some heatproof silicone tubing and made some sleves for the shelf
    it dont rattle any more and if i forget their on it dont matter as their heat proof.
     
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    LOL - I'm forever lighting the grill by accident thinking it's the 'big' hob burner (knobs next door to each other) and even though the gas won't be full blast, since the door is shut - it still lights with a bit of a whoosh. This would bot be a problem of itself, wre the grill pan not wrapped up in a knackered old handtowel I found at the back of the airing cupboard 3 years ago. It used to have fringes on both ends. It lost the fringes in the first year of owning the van, gradually with every subsequent holiday, it's reducing in length!

    But it still stops the bloody rattling.

    :Rofl1:
     
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    Turn the stereo up...

    that stops the oven rattles.

    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Wrapping the FB pie tins in towels probably does as well :Laughing:
     
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