Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

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Gene Davis

Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

Postby Gene Davis » Sat, Dec 15 2007, 5:39PM

These Sharps are nice, but pricey.

I thought you might like to see how one looks done in a frameless arrangement. The cab housing it is a faceframed box with depth 3/4 less than the drawerstack box underneath. The cutout in the back is per Sharp's spec, and is for the wall receptacle.

Sorry about the quality of the photos, as they were taken with my phone.
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Re: Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

Postby tim lucas » Sat, Dec 15 2007, 5:49PM

:beer: Nice job and your phone pics look good to :beer:
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Re: Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

Postby Michael Yeargain » Sun, Dec 16 2007, 9:18AM

How much overhang did the microwave have over the frame?

What was the opening and frame size?
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Re: Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

Postby Brian Shannon » Sun, Dec 16 2007, 11:59AM

Here's one that I did.
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Re: Built-in Sharp undercounter MW

Postby Mike Snodgrass » Mon, Dec 17 2007, 1:15PM

I have been using this appliance very regularly and when I perform a part editor cut on the back, it yanks a couple of my dados out of the cabinet.

I've had to resort to manual labor for my part editor cuts.

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