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Old 04-08-2019, 01:29 PM   #15
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I used this to drop the microwave on to. Really made it easy. 
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Old 04-08-2019, 01:35 PM   #16
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If you have a right angle attachment for a drill, like this 
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It makes it very easy to remove those screws.
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Old 04-08-2019, 01:56 PM   #17
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Greg -

What model vent did you end up using? I just looked at that thread from 2015, and the referenced vent link is broken. I googled what I think is/was the part number from the old URL and it does come up with a vent - but not sure if it's the same one. Since you just did yours, you're nominated as the new 'guinea-pig'.

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EDIT: Oops, forgot to post the newer URL I found:
http://abc.eznettools.net/ez-catalog/X325604/13/9687028
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Old 04-08-2019, 02:00 PM   #18
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Yeah, think I'll be using the prehistoric method of a screwdriver bit on the end of a 1/4" drive ratchet .
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I do have a thin cabinet above it, and there is no visable bolt / screw heads coming thru the cabinet floor, so I guess the cabinet floor needs to be removed.
If you have the angle screws in the filter area you will not have screws in the top. Screws in the top cab will not be hidden. I believe Sharp is the only one to do that. BUT I could be wrong.
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I do have the two long screws / rods Cavie, but Harry posted earlier that he also had a couple of screws going straight down into the top of the oven.
His coach is the same year, and sister model to mine so.......
Maybe I'll loosen those two first, and see if the front of the oven begins to lower.
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Well, Harry and Greg nailed it! 3 screws /bolts under the floor of the upper cabinet, straight down into the front of the oven. Hidden by wires, had to feel for them, but there they were !
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Old 04-11-2019, 10:09 PM   #22
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Glad you found the screws Ben. They are kind of a pain to get to.

This is where I got my vent.
https://www.rvandmarine.com/
$24.95 with shipping. Fast shipping too.
When I did the cutout for my vent, there was a square aluminum support off center in the hole for the fan. I have read that this is common and most just cut it out. I didnít want to loose that support so I trimmed mine just enough to let the vent sit flush against the outside wall. Took a little extra work but it worked out very well. The fan really blows a lot of air and it is easy to reverse the direction of the squirrel cage fan.
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Thanks for the link to the vent, and for the idea to only cut part of the support.


Ok, one more job on the list (hey, isn't the list supposed to get shorter eventually?)
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Thanks for the link to the vent, and for the idea to only cut part of the support.


Ok, one more job on the list (hey, isn't the list supposed to get shorter eventually?)
Bad news Rusty, this is a never ending hobby. Camping once in awhile is a side benefit.
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OK, Now he tells me!
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Believe it or not, I actually strung 4 trips together, without anything breaking , and three of those were 6 week trips! Payed for it this winter, and actually had two things go T.U on the same day !
Just to top the trip off, lost a front wheel hub cover on the I-5, somewhere around Seattle .
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Yep, the projects never end. Tomorrow I am installing the guardian plates. Another adventure. And on top of that, I am finishing the shop/garage for the coach. That has been a real challenge. Iím getting too old for all this hard work .
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Take pictures. I have two sets waiting to be installed on both D.S slides.
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