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My microwave finally died & I can't find anything to replace it size wise. It is a Sharp R-312. I did see on here that a Panasonic SSN667 fits perfectly but I can't find one. Any other ideas? Thanks

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The dimensions of your old micro might help.

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20.5 inches wide and 11 inches high

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Have you tried Googling "Sharp R-312" replacement?


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Getting the old one repaired may be a good alternate. There is a high voltage fuse and a capacitor inside that are easy to replace. Find a local handyman who works on microwaves. I have repaired several of them.


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I had a repairman look at it. He did some tests and I need 2 parts, the main control & the main PCB. I have the part numbers but can't find them anywhere!! The part numbers are DPWBFB611WRK0 AND FPNLCB277WRK0

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I suggest taking your Tape Measure along with an exact note as to the size to Microwaves R US (Someplace like Best Buys or a competitor.. Target might work too) And start taking measurements.

When I had to replace my original "Dometic" (Made by Lousy Goods that is LG) after it failed dangerous (A feature of LG products is failure dangerous) I went to Target and picked a Oster up.. not my first choice.. In my case the size is "negotationable" But the wild thing is when I got the Dometic out and the oster on the counter (Fit nicely) I put the Dometic in the box the new one came in ... in the packing material.. it fit perfectly... Amazing (the new one is 0.1CF larger inside by the way)

The moral is.. Take your tape measure to the store and start measuring display models.


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I have been looking for awhile. It must just be a weird size!!!

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Another option is to modify the compartment where you old RV microwave was mounted so that it can accept ordinary microwaves.

Example:

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Skibane wrote:

Another option is to modify the compartment where you old RV microwave was mounted so that it can accept ordinary microwaves.

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I actually modified my cabinet opening to install a convection/ microwave by Dometic. DW loves it, and so do I.


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