Re: Furrion propane oven
The only thing I'd caution against is vibration while travelling. If your oven is situated in your trailer so that it isn't subject to a lot of bouncing during towing, you'll probably be OK leaving the stone shelf in place. If, however your oven is in a location in the trailer where things bounce around a lot, then you might want to remove the stone shelf during travel so it doesn't get broken. I know it seems like a hassle, but if "owner's manuals and information" are hard to come by, imagine trying to find a replacement "rock" at a dealership along your travel route while on vacation.
I don't know if the manual even addresses this as a caution or not, but you might want to consider whether or not it could be broken while travelling. ??? Who knows, I'm not familiar with that oven, so it may not even be a consideration ?????
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