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Old 11-01-2016, 11:43 AM   #1
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Does any body know where to find a replacement two burner stove for my 2003 HR imperial 40 PST?
I gave up trying to find parts and the company that made the stove I believe,
has gone out of business (Seaward Products).
This stove has the push down electronic gas valves that lite the burners.Can't find the valves either.
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Old 11-01-2016, 11:50 AM   #2
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Personally I'd put an induction cooktop in. I did that with my rig a couple weeks ago. Took out the two burner Princess cooktop and put a True Induction unit in. Rig is now all electric. Bottom picture is of the new cooktop just sitting on top of the hole before cutting the counter to fit.
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Old 11-01-2016, 12:03 PM   #3
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I still buy parts for my Seward two burner Princess Gourmet Stove.

What is the model # of the one that you have?

In fact I believe that the stoves are still available. Have you tried Google?

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Does any body know where to find a replacement two burner stove for my 2003 HR imperial 40 PST?
I gave up trying to find parts and the company that made the stove I believe,
has gone out of business (Seaward Products).
Through some transaction, Seward is now connected to "Whale". Don't know details but if you're looking for Seward products, look for "Whale" and look at marine supply stores.

Gourmet Princess LPG Stove By Whale/Seward

I went the opposite direction of MR_D. I took out the electric cooktop and put in a Seward Princess Gourmet two-burner propane stove.

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I did what Mr D did and changed out the princess electric and installed an induction cooktop.
That was two years ago. Wife loves it. What more is there to say.


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I have one that works, I removed to switch over to induction, you can have it. Send me a PM, depending on where you are located shipping might get $$
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Personally I'd put an induction cooktop in. I did that with my rig a couple weeks ago. Took out the two burner Princess cooktop and put a True Induction unit in. Rig is now all electric. Bottom picture is of the new cooktop just sitting on top of the hole before cutting the counter to fit.
Same here, I pulled the propane tank and all, now I have a lot more storage under the coach. I just wish I had done it earlier.
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I have an Amana two burner LP you can have. I, too, pulled out the stove top and LP Tank and installed an induction cook top. My coach is now all electric with aqua hot heat and hot water. I now have a very nice storage shelf where the tank was and my coach is now over 200 lbs. lighter and much safer. Old cook top is in Muscle Shoals, AL if that is near you. LP cook top is in brand new condition and free is a good price for it😎
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Same here, I pulled the propane tank and all, now I have a lot more storage under the coach. I just wish I had done it earlier.
Wish I could do that but the 5.5 gal tanks sits on top of the fuel tank and I'm not sure it'll come out through the access panel. I's like the extra space too.
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Wish I could do that but the 5.5 gal tanks sits on top of the fuel tank and I'm not sure it'll come out through the access panel. I's like the extra space too.
Mr D, our tank was a 65 gallon. Here is what the bay looked like once I pulled it. I now have a floor throughout.
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