See full list on rvshare.com A standing pilot light (on older stoves) or an electric spark pilot is located on one side of the burner, and it sends a small flame or spark to ignite the air-gas mixture as it flows through the holes in the burner. Adjusting the control knob governs the volume of the air-gas mixture, thereby controlling the intensity of the flame.
A more reasonably priced factory-built Class B RV. Sleeps up to 4, has a sink and 2-burner stove, plus a toilet and shower. All in a Ford Van.