very small microwave

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  1. GeoffH

    GeoffH Read Only Funster

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    I am looking for a very small microwave to fit into a cupboard in my motorhome, if anyone knows the size of the smallest one out there please let me know.
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    This was the smallest I could find when looking last year.

    It is also the lowest wattage I could find and will run off a 2kw inverter, just.



    [ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Daewoo-QT1-Compact-Microwave-White/dp/B003SX0SNA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1350316549&sr=8-1"]Daewoo QT1 14Lt 600w Compact Microwave Oven White: Amazon.co.uk: Large Appliances[/ame]



    Pete:Cool:
     
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    Be careful, contrary to common belief size does matter !!!!!!

    But not so much the size of the oven, more the size of the cupboard you are fitting it in..
    There has got to be reasonable airflow otherwise the klystron can over heat quite easily :Sad:
     
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    We had same problem looked at Argus Cookworks H26cm W43cm D33cm smallest we could find.
     
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    We have searched high & low for one that fits in our cupboard which is 300mm deep, smallest we ever found in a low wattage oven is 320mm, so it sits there with the door slightly open. I have seen built in ones to fit, i.e. cut a hole in the door, but these come at quite a high price.:Smile:
     
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    Why not adapt the door to fit, take it off and add a beading around the rim (Of the door or the cupboard, your choice) then rehang the door.
     
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    This is on the list of to do's ,might just do it this winter,but I am looking for a built in caravan microwave. :thumb:
     
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    I looked for ages for a small one but the compact ones are all the same size, I got a tesco one for £40 and run off the invertor.

    Dave
     
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    they only said a small microwave not a cheap small microwave :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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