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Old 01-22-2013, 01:51 PM   #1
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convection oven removal

Please help. 2006 Georggetown Xl 378TS
Trying to figure out how to remove the Sharpe carousel convection range that is over the range. It has a clip across the lower back attached to the wall. Through bolts that come through the oven cabinet in the upper vent area. Above the oven cabinet is a simulate wood that is 3" by 30'. Since that piece of wood has no visible means of attachment ,I assume that the wood is secured from behind; and the whole oven and trim board slide forward after releasing the rear lower clip. I can see no visible attachment to either the side wall or the adjacent cabinet.
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Old 01-23-2013, 07:50 AM   #2
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Have you tried to Google the Make and Model Number to see if there are installation instructions that can be downloaded? This would give you a better understanding of how they mount to the wall.
Email John Armstrong at jarmstrong@forestriverinc.com He'll be able to get you some info about how it's mounted.

http://files.sharpusa.com/Downloads/..._man_R1405.pdf
Not sure if this is the model you have, but I would think they all are similar.
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:06 AM   #3
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Greeting and welcome

There was a similar thread a few months ago.
Microwave Removal

Don't think they got it out but there may be some useful info in the thread.


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Old 01-23-2013, 01:53 PM   #4
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thanks everyone. finally figured it out. the 3x30 inch board is a veneer board, brad nailed to a similar demensioned board which is screwed into the wall. after removal the additional brackets were found. the oven is now out, and I am awaiting the new one to install.
thanks for all you help and suggestions.
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thanks everyone. finally figured it out. the 3x30 inch board is a veneer board, brad nailed to a similar demensioned board which is screwed into the wall. after removal the additional brackets were found. the oven is now out, and I am awaiting the new one to install.
thanks for all you help and suggestions.
I'm considering removing my microwave oven and replacing it with a convection oven.
Did you replace it with exactly the same mode?
Is it a combo model that is both microwave and convection or just convection?
Where did you buy it?

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I'm considering removing my microwave oven and replacing it with a convection oven.
Did you replace it with exactly the same mode?
Is it a combo model that is both microwave and convection or just convection?
Where did you buy it?

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If it's the same model as in our 360 jb says she can not recommend it at all.
Changing it to a "better microwave/convection oven" is on my todo list.
Pretty close to the bottom but it's moving up.

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If it's the same model as in our 360 jb says she can not recommend it at all.
Changing it to a "better microwave/convection oven" is on my todo list.
Pretty close to the bottom but it's moving up.

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OK no Sharp convection oven
Hopefully I can find one that is the same size and wattage
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OK no Sharp convection oven
Hopefully I can find one that is the same size and wattage
jb says Sharp is ok, just not this low end model.
If/when you pick one let us know.

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