What I Did Today - Mounted Microwave

Aug 18, 2017
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Finally had some decent weather, so got busy mounting the microwave. I know it cost me a storage cupboard but so much easier than finding somewhere safe and secure for it when travelling. It is secured with a bracket on left rear and the clip on the right came from the table storage that is not used. Now just have to add a power supply for it into the cupboard next to it.

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Finally had some decent weather, so got busy mounting the microwave. I know it cost me a storage cupboard but so much easier than finding somewhere safe and secure for it when travelling. It is secured with a bracket on left rear and the clip on the right came from the table storage that is not used. Now just have to add a power supply for it into the cupboard next to it.

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Make sure it has space to vent - preferably externally (y)
 
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Tibbo
Aug 18, 2017
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Make sure it has space to vent - preferably externally (y)

It side vents into the cupboard on the left. So if I use it for any length of time, I will just open the cupboard door. But your advice is much appreciated.
 
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Tibbo
Aug 18, 2017
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Its inside ...what difference does the weather make :D2

Is it a fancy fandangled 12v one or a nordinary 240v

Weather? ... I hate the bloody cold and wet and using the power saw for cutting the shelf and shelf supports makes a mess in the motorhome, so have to do it outside :D2

It's 240v and 600 watt but a great little microwave.
 

injebreck99

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I did just the opposite on our previous Swift Bolero, never used the M/W , too heavy, in the wrong place and too high, so I removed it and gained extra storage space and a spare 240v socket as well, put it all back to standard before we sold it though.

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