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Old 10-19-2012, 07:06 AM   #1
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microwave door rattle

Does anyone have the same microwave/convection door rattle as you drive down the road. This motorhome stuff is all new to me as we have always had a fifth wheels. So if you have ideas how to stop it please let me know. My thought was to get a spring metal plate for the bottom.
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Hello, anywhere there is a rattle when we are going down the road the wife puts a dish towel down and it stops.Try placing the microwave tray on a towel inside.
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:30 AM   #3
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A piece of cardboard or foam rubber between the door and door frame might work.
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We have the convection / microwave in our '08 Bounder. Rattle rattle rattle. We pull the metal rack, the glass dish and the filters from the bottom. The filters were a big source of the noise. Annie wraps them in a towel and stores in the oven or back in microwave. While I'm making / breaking "camp" outside - it's part of her routine inside. So not sure which place she stores them but I think either will work.
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I turn the radio up louder. DW goes to see what is making noise and handles it.
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