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Old 10-09-2009, 01:05 PM   #1
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PLEASE, OH PLEASE, may I speak with the WIZARD???

after wrangling the original propane oven out...(just waiting for someone to muscle into the attic) Ill never use it....I want to install a confection/microwave combo in my 1970 International. (27' if that matters).
The plan is to build out a cabinet next to the fridge, for the combo with storage underneath.
It will be on the opposite side of where the original oven was installed. Moving it to street side. Has anyone attempted this feat? No doubt an inovative AIRSTREAMER has done this before. What do I need to know..Oh wizard? What brand combo? Venting? Will existing wiring work? Load balance? I have general knowlege...thats it!! Not sure what other questions to ask... Any help IS ALWAYS APPRECIATED!!

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Old 10-09-2009, 01:56 PM   #2
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Ok it is out. When you have shopped around for the unit you want
to install. It will be important to determine the electrical supply the
new units will need. Then it will be time to determine the size of elect
wire available. If there is no elect supply suitable, you will need to run
a correct sized wire to the appliance. < WATTS divided by VOLTS = AMPS >
The reqd number of Amps determines the size of the "Breaker" and
the size (awg) of the wire. Study and thought will prevent mistakes.

Hope this helps.

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Old 10-09-2009, 02:19 PM   #3
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hi wildr'

many of the MAKEOVER threads include galley appliance install options and photos...

scan the resto' threads....

bob has a very good "how 2" on installs, he's probably posting THAT link as i type, the PROCESS could be similar for any stream...

this SEARCH gives you MANY thread on THIS TOPIC and the myriad of issues (about 16 of the 27 are useful reading)...

these posts a tad more specific on venting...


and the MEGA links post on all things related to cooking n eating n gear...

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