<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Tom N:
Many of us must have a different model of the Sharp microwaves. I have a baked potato setting on my front panel. In 2005 the Itasca may have came with a more deluxe model Sharp. Mine is stainless steel. Cooking instructions scroll across my LCD screen.
Neil, I had a 1994 Vectra 34RA with a conv/micro and it was great. I can't recall the brand.
One of the best features of the one in my 95 Vectra 33RQ was the Combination Microwave/Convection modes which do not seem to be there on your or my Sharps control panel. Sped up cooking a lot and reduced heat in the coach. Great when dry camping and you wanted to minimize generator and AC runtimes. In a silicone pan using the Combo Microwave/Convecton mode cornbread baked in a fraction of the convection only times.
Those old coaches had a lot of the features that many are putting in themselves today.
Extra waterpump switches in the galley and bathroom.
Generator switches in the bedroom and galley.
Automatic Rear Air Suspesion in a gas coach.
Rear Track Bar.
Real Wood Floors.
I really liked that old coach even though it had no slides.