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Old 02-21-2015, 08:11 AM   #15
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Helpful advice. I am concerned about the cooktop now and will have that demonstrated first. If it doesn't work for us what would be my alternative. I put 5k down and don't want to back out but my wife needs a stove as she enjoys cooking as much as I enjoy eating.???

We have an LP stovetop and oven but we have excellent results using a free-standing induction cooktop bought from infomercial "Nuwave". It is only one "burner" but works as advertised with store bought induction cookware. We have 2 of the Nuwave units, one in the coach and home at home. I have boiled peanuts for hours on them and like the accurate temperature control they provide. Love you last comment 😀.
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Agree about the NuWave. I also use a set of cookware from Camping World with several pieces that nest and has one handle for use on all components.
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Agree about the NuWave. I also use a set of cookware from Camping World with several pieces that nest and has one handle for use on all components.
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does your new Phaeton NOT have a built-in induction cooktop?
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does your new Phaeton NOT have a built-in induction cooktop?

It does not. I did not want to pay the extra for Aqua-hot to make it all electric. So I have propane for the furnaces when it is too cold for heat pumps, dual mode water heater, and stove. I my never use the stove.

Built-in induction cooktop is part of the all-electric package.
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It does not. I did not want to pay the extra for Aqua-hot to make it all electric. So I have propane for the furnaces when it is too cold for heat pumps, dual mode water heater, and stove. I my never use the stove.

Built-in induction cooktop is part of the all-electric package.
Thanks, Jerry.
I love the idea of getting away from absorbtion refer by going residential, but really don't understand the "wisdom" of going totally electric. LP provides so many "options" and has been proven a safe and reliable fuel for many years, AFAIK.


With all the problems I've been reading about with the AH units, I think a regular propane furnace or two is a wise choice.
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