fitting a mirowave to autotrail cheyenne lockers

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  1. 740sman

    740sman Read Only Funster

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    I have a cheyenne 740s and we just put a 700 watt microwave in the locker above the fridge.The fixing is sound but as we drive down a or b roads the panels in the microwave makes a rattleing sound.

    Has anyone had this and how did you get around the problem.

    As you may know the locker has roller doors not like many that have a framework around the front of the microwave.

    I did think for making a cover of pillows to cover the microwave when travelling!!!!

    Can you help to come up with a plan.

    Thanks
    martyn
     
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    Are you sure it's the panels and not the turn table rattling?
    Try putting the revolving tray on a teatowel during trips to see if it helps

    Tina
     
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    hi tina
    no we had taken to truntable out plus the wheel that truns the table.
    but thanks for your input.
    martyn
     
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    try packing some bits of dense foam (old settee cushion foam) around the oven but careful you dont cover any vents.
     
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    ok thats good we were going to make a cover using pillow slips filled with a old duvet cover to infill.and sow all the bits together to make a housing.We only will use it when travelling so covering the vents may not matter.
    thanks
    martyn:thumb:
     
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