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Old 03-23-2012, 03:49 PM   #11
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I have to add that low AC voltage will not fire most magnetrons. I have been at several campgrounds where due to the number of campers; high usage (Air conditioning); and poor electrical distribution, the voltage supplied at the campground dropped below 105 volts.

I have a Franks unit that I use in situations like that to avoid issues with my AC and microwave.
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Old 03-23-2012, 05:53 PM   #12
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Like Herk said...it needs a new picture tube.
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Old 03-23-2012, 06:43 PM   #13
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Or a gizmobob be warned tho they look a lot like a cutenator valve to which you SHOULD not have to add blinker fluid to .
by the way im going to go change my blinker fluid now that i am towing my camper again.
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Or a gizmobob be warned tho they look a lot like a cutenator valve to which you SHOULD not have to add blinker fluid to .
by the way im going to go change my blinker fluid now that i am towing my camper again.
Might as well service the transmission on your jacks while you are at it. An ounce of prevention...
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I don’t know how much leeway you have on your measurements but FWIW, my Wildcat has a Magic Chef microwave that is very close to your needs. The model number is MCD990ARB and it’s 19.5 X 11.6 X 15.3.
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Thanks one and all. I found a unit at Target for under 70 dollars at it has the mesurement that will fit the frame. I'll make sure it works before I install it.
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