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    Re: Project LM 365

    Yes report back. I have a Wilson Sleek, it's a bit of a pain to set up, and heats up any device set in the cradle. Would like something I don't have to run more wires for!


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    Re: Project LM 365

    Well the GE Advantium is in only had to drill 4 MORE holes in the top cabinet. WOW it looks like Swiss cheese up there, but I'm making the trailer lighter right ?
    This thing is nice Hopefully this is the last one for a while.




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    Quote Originally Posted by jesstalkn View Post
    Well the GE Advantium is in only had to drill 4 MORE holes in the top cabinet. WOW it looks like Swiss cheese up there, but I'm making the trailer lighter right ?
    This thing is nice Hopefully this is the last one for a while.




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    Jerrod, looks really nice! Where's an inside pic, does it have 2 racks?
    Big question...will Rhonda still be able to cook pizookies?? Cuz that's important!! LOL

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    Re: Project LM 365

    That looks like a nice microwave. Did it fit the vent in the side wall easily?



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    Jerrod,
    On your rear power cord? Is it enclosed in its own box back there? What does the door look like that passes through to the outside? I'm thinking down the road about a future improvement later in time. Thanks

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    Jerrod - the GE looks nice. We have a 30-amp GE Profile Advantium Speedcook oven in our home and love it. It's too bit and too power hungry for an RV. Curious as to how your 15 amp version works out. I think you said you have the same on in your home.

    With regard to the holes in your upper cabinet from all the microwave installs - sort of late now, but you might have wanted to replace the thin layer of luan with a new piece of paneling during this last install. Hopefully you'll have no reason to pull this one out and change that panel. Maybe just skin a new piece on - over the top of the current panel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    That looks like a nice microwave. Did it fit the vent in the side wall easily?
    Thanks Dave. No it wasn't really, the vent hole that heartland put in the side of my slide is not in the center. It is about 3/4" to far to the right. I really wanted to use the metal vent extension piece (that it's technical name BTW) LOL to force the air outside instead of into the slide wall. So I decided to mount it into the vent with to rubber grommets which holds it out from the wall in the best place it can be. Then when in install the Microwave into place it will push up against it. Hope you got that ? It was easier for me to do the Job then it is for me to put it in writing. LOL


    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    Jerrod,
    On your rear power cord? Is it enclosed in its own box back there? What does the door look like that passes through to the outside? I'm thinking down the road about a future improvement later in time. Thanks
    Dave
    Dave are you talking about my 50amp power cord reel ?


    Quote Originally Posted by jbeletti View Post
    Jerrod - the GE looks nice. We have a 30-amp GE Profile Advantium Speedcook oven in our home and love it. It's too bit and too power hungry for an RV. Curious as to how your 15 amp version works out. I think you said you have the same on in your home.

    With regard to the holes in your upper cabinet from all the microwave installs - sort of late now, but you might have wanted to replace the thin layer of luan with a new piece of paneling during this last install. Hopefully you'll have no reason to pull this one out and change that panel. Maybe just skin a new piece on - over the top of the current panel.
    Ya Jim I seen that 240 version that is a nice one. This 120 version is 925W and seems to be doing fine so far. Rhonda has a bunch of baking to do tomorrow for Sunday so it's going to get test out for sure.
    We have the last one in our home the Frigidaire Professional series. Love in our home. It was a little to big looking in the RV.
    As for my swiss cheese I put 4" duct tape over everything top and bottom to keep the saw dust inside the shelf from vibrating into the top of the holes in the Microwave. Heartland did use a nice 2 X 6 up there to mount it to.
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    Re: Project LM 365

    I shared your GE Profile Advantium with Andy - the LM GM. He had sticker shock
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    Re: Project LM 365

    LOL ya me too
    Happy wife happy life.!!!

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    Re: Project LM 365

    Talked to a guy at Wilson antanna.
    The new unit is not out yet and he doesn't know a whole lot about it. He said it is a wireless unit with the window antenna and a base booster. I don't think it's the right setup for use yet.
    He gave me a number to talk to the higher ups on Monday to see if they can make a wireless unit for the RVers like us.
    I'll give you an update on Monday or Tuesday when I get ahold of them.

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