Question about Whirlpool MH1150XMQ Microwave Oven
I am reinstalling my microwave because i got new cabinets. i want to avoid cutting holes in the cabinet, so i want to know if i can turn the exhaust fan on the top of the microwave around to vent back into the unit as opposed to venting it up into the attic. some people have told me they are able to do this with their microwaves. i am not sure if i can do this with mine as i have lost the installation manual. do you have any knowledge of this being an option?
Well one may indeed be able to Relocate the fan to Vent out the back as long as it still does the exact same job as B4, & one is extreamely careful MW are leathal even when OFF.... however this means quite a bit of work.. As another sugestion, could you not use some of that silver Flexible Conduit and make a seal around the Fan and bend it to suit?
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
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