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Your new or used recreational vehicle will come equipped with various RV appliances. Cooking and refrigeration appliances are usually included, but some of the smaller RV’s may not have standard ranges, stoves, and refrigerators.
When it comes to cooking appliances, most travel trailers and motorhomes come equipped with major RV Appliances like a stove and oven, or range. Many are also equipped with small cooking appliances like microwave ovens, and convection ovens.
Of course, you will also need a little cold storage for your favorite camping recipes. Therefore, your recreational vehicle will likely be equipped with either an Atwood, Dometic, or a Norcold RV refrigerator. These are four of the most popular brands in the industry.
In addition, depending on the size of your rolling vacation home, you may have a washer / dryer unit, dishwasher etc. Again, the size of your RV and your wallet will often dictate what appliances you get.
The picture to the left is of my own “Full-Time RV Living” 5th Wheel Travel Trailer, I have a Norcold Refrigerator/Freezer unit. It is “Made in America,” which is a plus for me. It is a "dual mode" RV fridge, and operates on both LP gas, and electric.
My propane stove is an Atwood 3 burner RV stove with a small oven. The range is equipped with a burner cover and range hood with a light and fan. There's also a small microwave above it.
As you can see from the picture, my stove is not a huge “professional chef” type range, but it certainly does the trick when suppertime rolls around.
Well, now that we have gotten the two most standard types of RV appliances out of the way, there are a few others that I would consider major RV appliances. Those that initially come to mind are: RV Convection Oven, RV Cooktop, RV Washer Dryer, RV Dishwasher. For all of the appliances listed, there are a variety of manufacturers, makes, models, styles etc.
Atwood, Dometic, Magic Chef, and Norcold are among the most popular brands of RV Refrigerators. They are the brands you are most likely to see in newer RV’s.
These popular manufacturers produce a variety of LP gas and electric refrigerators. They manufacture mini, compact, built-in, portable etc. They produce camper fridge models to suit just about any application.
For more information and details on the various makes and models, by visit our RV Refrigerator page or click on your preferred brand name below.
Depending on how your particular refrigerator is equipped, it will be powered by several potential sources. These will either be LP gas, 12-volt, or 120-volt power sources. Stated another way, that would be LP Gas, 12-volt DC mode, or standard 120-volt electricity.
Most RV refrigerators are dual mode, meaning that they will operate on LP gas or electric. Others are 3-way models, and they have the additional capability of operating on DC power. To switch between the various power modes, there will usually be some type of control on the front of the refrigerator.
Having multiple power options comes in very handy during power outages, or when the other powering options breaks down. It helps to ensure that your food supply does not spoil.
Be sure to consult your owner’s manual for full details on operation and safety precautions.
Most campers, motorhomes, and travel trailers are equipped with either an LP gas cooktop stove, or an RV range. These stoves also usually have a range hood with light and exhaust fan above them.
The RV stove that was in my Jayco 5th wheel was also equipped with an “auto igniter.” It is a very convenient feature to have. No need for fumbling around for a box of matches.
The liquid propane RV stoves are the most common types of camper stoves seen in RV’s today. Yours may also be equipped with an electric hotplate or a convection cooktop, but generally, you will most often see the gas types.
Depending on the size of your travel trailer, these stoves commonly have three burners, and a small or compact RV Oven. They are also usually equipped with burner cover. These covers help to protect the stove and burners, and they also expand the counter space in your camper's kitchen.
Atwood Mobile Products make one of the more popular brands of RV Stove. Atwood has a great reputation for manufacturing quality RV appliances and replacement parts. In fact, my Jayco was originally equipped with an Atwood RV Stove, and it is still going strong 15 years later.
Below is a listing of just a few of the more popular brands of RV stoves for your recreational vehicle. They supply the recreation vehicle industry with a variety of camper and motorhome supplies such as cooktops, cooktop covers, range covers, ranges, microwaves, and Built-In Convection Microwave Combination Ovens.
If you are looking for an RV washer dryer unit for your home on wheels, it is probably best to stick to a combo unit made by one of the more well-known brands. A few of the most popular machines are Dometic, Midea, and Splendide.
In all honesty, my fifth wheel Jayco did not have a washer dryer unit. Therefore, I cannot recommend any particular make or model over another. I can however say that as far as brands go, Dometic, and Splendide are among the most popular and trusted brands of RV appliances for sale. The Midea brand also seems to get good ratings, but I have not had any personal experience with their product line.
A few of the current RV washer models are listed below. Check them out and see if any of them will meet your space and need requirements. Also, visit our RV Washer Dryer page for additional information on these and other models.
If you’re a weekend warrior type RV’er, then an RV dishwasher for your travel trailer or motorhome is probably not all that much of a necessity. If however, you intend to live in your RV on a full-time basis, having one might be a better idea than you might initially think.
When I was living in my 5th wheel travel trailer, I didn’t have a ton of dirty dishes to contend with. But, two people can mess up enough dishes in a day to make hand washing them a bit of a drudgery.
As I’m sure you can imagine, my counter space was limited. Also, with the curve on the countertop and the overhead cabinets, for me it was a bit of a strain on the lower back standing there washing dishes. Moreover, drying them and jockeying them around to whatever counter space was available did not help the back much.
So, if you’re going to be living in your RV for any length of time, and you can afford the additional expenditure; my recommendation would be to purchase a dishwasher. If your recreation vehicle will accommodate one, that is.
The average RV dishwasher will cost between $260 - $430, depending on size and brand. There are two primary types of dishwashers for RV’s. There Built-in types like the Splendide DWV335BBS Stainless Vesta, or portable counter-top dishwashers like the Magic Chef MCSCD6W3 dishwasher.
Again, my camper was not equipped with one, and I did not see the need to buy a dishwasher since I was only planning to live in my RV for a year. Therefore, I cannot recommend either of these based on personal use experience. I am only recommending them based on brand recognition and reputation.
If you are interested in additional information, or in purchasing a portable or built-in RV dishwasher, visit our Dishwashers for RV’s page.
Raytheon built the first commercially available microwave oven, called the Radar Range, in 1947. It wasn’t until 1967 that the first popular home model was available for purchase. This microwave was commonly referred to as the Amana Radar Range.
Since that time, microwave ovens have become an indispensable small appliance in American kitchens, and in kitchens throughout the world. Most, including me, can't imagine a kitchen without one.
I remember back in the early 1970’s when a friend of our family’s got a new microwave. He said that you were not supposed to look into the oven while it was running because it would damage your eyes. I think this was a myth. I cannot be sure of course, but I have looked into microwaves over the years and have not suffered any damage.
Anyway, microwave ovens have come a long way since then. Digital timers and touch programming have replaced timer knobs, and they are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, finishes, and brands. Some are even equipped with convection oven capabilities.
The Panasonic over the range microwave in the picture to the left is the one I installed in my Jayco 5th wheel when the old one gave out. It was a very simple install. Pop the old one out. Put the new one in.
Of course i had to get a replacement that would fit the hole, but that wasn't hard to do. With all the available models today, there will surely be one that will fit the dimensions you need for your particular motorhome or travel trailer.
Some of the more popular countertop, built-in, and over the stove microwave convection ovens are outlined on our RV microwave ovens page. Microwave brands from Dometic, Panasonic, Sharp, LG and more are outlined there.
Click the link below and see which one is right for you. And, if you're looking for other RV appliances for sale, be sure to check out our other listings on this page, and within the Ridge RV replacement parts website.