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Old 01-27-2021, 07:57 AM   #1
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Princess 3 burner electric stove replacement

Looking to repair or replace the Princess 3 burner electric range on our 400 Mainship Trawler. The radiant flat cook surface had a crack when we bought it and the cover is missing. I think it is model 3347 but wouldn't mind either the 3342 with coils or 3343 solid disc. We really like the cover with cutting board as it extends counter space. I have checked for new or used replacments for marine or RV to fit asa direct replacement but nothing has the cover.
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Old 01-27-2021, 11:47 AM   #2
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Force 10 has a drop-in replacement for the 110 volt 3-burner Princess with oven. I did this some years ago. Very happy with the result. Sure Marine in Seattle is a dealer for Force 10.
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Too bad you're in NY.. I have one I am selling. Works perfectly, but the "boss" wanted a "pretty" cooktop... ~$1,600 later I lost that argument!!!

Have it listed for $350 but would take any reasonable offer...
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BTW, have you checked Sure Marine (here in Seattle) I believe they still carry all the parts...
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Force 10 has a drop-in replacement for the 110 volt 3-burner Princess with oven. I did this some years ago. Very happy with the result. Sure Marine in Seattle is a dealer for Force 10.
We did the same. Along with the stove you have to buy the insert bracket too. Here is a pic of mine:
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That's the Force 10 3 Burner?
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That's the Force 10 3 Burner?
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Looking to repair or replace the Princess 3 burner electric range on our 400 Mainship Trawler. The radiant flat cook surface had a crack when we bought it and the cover is missing. I think it is model 3347 but wouldn't mind either the 3342 with coils or 3343 solid disc. We really like the cover with cutting board as it extends counter space. I have checked for new or used replacments for marine or RV to fit asa direct replacement but nothing has the cover.
https://www.westmarine.com/buy/seawa...-range--183535 Is the original stove
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There does not appear to be any of those brackets / braces that hold pots in place. Is that so, or just not shown?
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I am replacing mine with a gas version and its for sale. Let me know. I'll make sure it all works. I just bought this boat and am doing some refits.
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There does not appear to be any of those brackets / braces that hold pots in place. Is that so, or just not shown?
Called "sea rails". They are not included.
Do a Google search and you can see what's available. You may have to modify them a bit and drill a few holes but, they should work.
Not sure if is safe to put a pot of stew on and walk away from the stove.
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Called "sea rails". They are not included.
Do a Google search and you can see what's available. You may have to modify them a bit and drill a few holes but, they should work.
Not sure if is safe to put a pot of stew on and walk away from the stove.

The gas stove I bought does have both a sea rail as well as 3 pot clamps. I'll include those with the electric stove as my 1st mate will not be cooking while under way. Also these were usually on sailboats as they tend to lean over while under sail.
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The gas stove I bought does have both a sea rail as well as 3 pot clamps. I'll include those with the electric stove as my 1st mate will not be cooking while under way. Also these were usually on sailboats as they tend to lean over while under sail.
and sailboats may have gimbal stoves too.

IF your 1st mate is not going to cook underway, there is no need for sea rails.
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cooking in a rocky anchorage sometimes requires rails
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cooking in a rocky anchorage sometimes requires rails
Yup, good point.
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