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Review of Furrion RV Stoves and Ovens - 2-In-1 Range Oven - FR37KR

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Furrion RV Stoves and Ovens - 2-In-1 Range Oven - FR37KR Review


Hey everybody. I'm Ellen here at Etrailer.com and we're taking a quick look at the Furrion 2-in-1 range oven for your RV. This is going to be a nice addition to your RV so you can have a home cooked meal, no matter where you are. If you're familiar with the theory on 2-in-1, it has been updated a little bit from the previous version, but it's pretty much just cosmetic. It's got a different grate for the range and then a different door for the oven. Everything else is pretty much the same.But if you're not familiar, let's talk about what you get here.

It's going to have three burners at the top, that's going to be our stove top range. It gives you a pretty good amount of space to cook whatever you might want to have up there. We just want to make sure that you remove the glass cover, that's this piece here, and then you pull it all the way. You don't want to leave it just halfway, even if you're only using a front burner, just cause it's pretty close and you don't want to melt this material.Once you have that up, you've got your front burner, which is just going to be your main or your high heat burner. The two at the back are going to be more of a simmer or lower heat burners.

If you want to see the BTU output, that is on our website there at Etrailer.com. You got about 19 inches of space, so two nine or eight inch pots or pans will work fine for those two back burners and then about 15 inches of space front to back. So if you've got that eight inch pan here, you can probably still fit an eight inch pan up top.I'll put this back down and we move around to the front. You might notice that I do have the lights on, on the front, and those are kind of nice because it does give you a visual cue whenever the gas is on. Normally, there's this little blue ring, which might be kind of hard to see.

I'll turn out the studio lights in just a second. But once you turn the knob to turn on the gas, it's going to change to red. So it gives you a visual cue to let you know that the gas is on and that's going to be the same for any of those knobs. The oven light is also on. You can have it so that none of it's on, just the burner knobs, or the burner knobs and the oven light.

So we turn out my studio lights. You can see, not super bright as far as how bright that oven light is. They're never that bright though. It's just kind of give you a little bit better clue of what's going on inside the oven, especially when you have the door down.Let's take a look. Come around and open that up for you. Now, there is another version of this oven that's pretty much the same thing, but it's just a little bit shorter. That one is four inches smaller. This one is a bit bigger, so you can fit a lot more stuff in here. I would say you could probably fit in like a small roaster. You could probably do a chicken or something like that. Loaves of bread that might need to raise or tend to get a bit higher than stuff that there would be flatter, like a frozen pizza or pie or anything like that. That would all work out just as well. You're always kind of limited as far as what you can fit into places in your RV. That's the biggest concern is how much space you have.Inside here, the usable space going from the rack at the bottommost position, like I have it here, you've got about seven and a half inches from the rack to the very top of the oven. I'd also say the usable space, if you account for the little shelf holder guys is about 16 and three quarters, maybe 16 and a half, just because they do take up some space. I'd say about 16 and a half is really the most that you can get out of it if it's going to be touching either edge. If you're putting something that's going to be going kind of in between there, you might be able to get the total 17 inches, but just wanted to let you guys know that. Front to back it is 14 inches and that goes right to the edge of the shelf, so that should be fine there. You might want to just kind of play around with different pans and cookware to go in here.And the most important thing with any kind of RV oven is to always keep a really close eye on whatever you put in here, especially the first time around just cause things tend to burn. It's such a small space that things can really heat up quickly. Especially if you're at different altitudes, heat just works differently whenever you're at a different altitude.The lower part here you can use as a broiler, so it's going to be right underneath the heating element. This is the permanent shelf. This is also the flame spreader, so the flames hit this and it kind of spreads out that heat to the rest of the oven. But you can put like a jelly roll pan or a cookie sheet under here and broil something, again, just keeping a close eye on it.One other thing I want to point out while we're still looking here at the oven, is that to move this shelf, it's a little bit tricky. It's not totally intuitive. I had a hard time figuring out what you're supposed to do. You actually push it back first and then you take it out. Normally, you pull it out and kind of wiggle it up and then out. But with this one, you just want to release it and then lift it up and it's going to come out. It's probably going to make a terrible scraping metal on metal sound, so just plug your ears for that. But then once you do that, you just move it up to the shelf where you want it to go and rest those little tie-ins and push it all the way back and then kind of secure it in place. So these little feet kind of go under on the underneath, so it doesn't move around. It's not just sitting in there loose, which is a safety feature to make sure that it's not just going to slide around as you're going over potholes or anything like that. That is one thing I wanted to point out.The shelves are spaced apart by about two inches, so pretty typical. We can close that up. That's pretty much all there is to it for our quick look at this oven range. I hope this has been helpful in deciding if this is the right choice for you. And we do have a lot of other RV accessories appliances, and all kinds of stuff here at Etrailer.com, so be sure to check it out. All the full specs and the description of this are also on our website, so if you're not already there, please come see us. And thanks for watching..


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