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Old 06-04-2017, 08:23 AM   #1
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Gas stove over microwave

KZ-Inferno;124847]Has anyone removed the gas oven and install a microwave-convention underneath the gas rang? We're in the process of a little remodel on our 5th wheel and are considering the option.
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Old 01-15-2019, 08:48 PM   #3
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Yes,
The Mrs. purchased a convection microwave that was close to the right size and an Atwoods three burner cooktop that bolts on the top.

Removal of the old equipment was a few screws and the propane line (the microwave was a few screws and a 110 VAC line).

Installation of the new equipment had multiple steps:
- Run power from the old microwave port to the convection microwave
- Build up the base for the new convection/microwave stack
- Install the convection/microwave, plug it in and install trim that would cover up the hole. Mine was a 110 VAC cord and several screws in the faceplate.
- The Atwood top has four or five screws into the countertop and the propane line. Check the connection with soapy water with the propane running.
- Find a nice way to finish the inside of the old microwave opening and find a door that covers the opening.
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Old 01-18-2019, 11:47 AM   #4
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We have booth as the convection oven replaced the microwave.

I am not sure our gas oven even works. Only been on to test it the day we bought it and when we could not figure out the thermostat. Far too complicated thermostat.

Wife loves the convection oven.

Most of us are never without 110 power.
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