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Old 02-18-2013, 04:35 PM   #1
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hello fellow campers! new to site, we purchased a 1988 sunline f2353 great shape, exited to take it out! anyone have info on where to get a factory microwave/ the only thing missing any suggestions would be appreciated! we are from hellam pa... thank y'all!

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Old 02-18-2013, 05:42 PM   #2
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It don't have to be factory to work. Any microwave that will fit opening will do. try Camping World or General RV. I seen display model discounted at General RV awhile back

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Old 02-18-2013, 06:13 PM   #3
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Hello "gooseneck1". Welcome to SCOC. We are from Mt Joy PA. Love our Sunline and this site. It's very informative and lots of friendly folks. Nothing special about the microwave just so it fits in the opening.
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:49 PM   #4
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Greetings, gooseneck1!
Welcome to the forum. Excellent group of people here who will help you with virtually any question you might have.
We're in central PA; hope to run into you someday at a CG or meet-and-greet.

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From a practicality standpoint, you should be glad you don't have the factory microwave in there still- they were inefficient monsters. That said, the opening you have is probably larger than the typical opening for the RV microwaves now.

I don't think you necessarily need a microwave from an RV dealer, but sometimes they have deals that make it worth it if they have a take out from a new unit. You may be able to get almost any microwave from a store and then you'd just need to order the cabinet mount kit for it from a dealer or the microwave manufacturer. It's basically a few painted metal brackets that screw onto the microwave that allow you to screw this bracket to the face of a cabinet. You'll probably have to add a little wood to the top/bottom of your existing cabinet to make it work.
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Hi gooseneck1,

Welcome to the Sunline owners club. As has been said, there are many helpful, friendly people on this site. Good luck on your search for a microwave. Looks like you have already gotten a lot of good suggestions. Enjoy your new to you 2353. Take care, and again welcome!
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Old 02-21-2013, 06:41 AM   #7
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I purchased used but in good condition microwave and fit it in the opening with some moldings so it do not move. What a improvement for less money. You can spend a lot on the RV microwave but if you want to save $$ get with yard sale one or one from craigslist. They work too. Good luck.

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