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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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If the microwave arrives tomorrow it could be Erica’s Valentines present. I’d do the same.
Some how Al I don't think that microwave is going to cut it? How ever the fact that it's not working which results in a dinner "out" might . But good luck with your plans both of them fixing the microwave and the Valentine's Day deal
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Guys,

The Microwave won't be here till Fri , but I have a outdoor kitchen so Erika can continue feeding me , but thank you for your concern I have read Valentines day is the worst day to go out to eat , and have sold Erika on the article and have assured her it is NOT FAKE NEWS , lol My bad , so sorry Mr Finn

As to my continuing search for this elusive outlet I even had some pictures taken of the space and was able to retrieve the cut cord and see that it does indeed go up and over the sink , but where I still have no clew . We removed the wood to expose what's there but still nothing . So here is the question ?

Is it possible BB would wire it direct to the panel ?
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al last 2 I did were in cabinet over sink needed to remove a couple panels in upper left corner and outlet is exposed
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thank you Mike , not Flux capacitor Mike either That cabinet is our target area Mike as there is no other place she could be , especially if the cord is only 3' or so . I would post pics but the Galaxy Phone does not play nice with my putter .
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there is only 1 wall remaining and that would be the one the door is hinged too .
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Seems to me Al the solution the Heckmom might take is to cut the wire on the new microwave and use some of that BUTT SPICE we talked about and connect the cut ends of the wires and not be concerned about where it's plugged in. If you not brave like I am you might want to through the breakers at the panel box.

As to not going out on Valentine's Day ?? Sounds reasonable so it's flowers and chocolates for you or have you
got a path out of that as well for us?

KIDDING YOU ABOUT ALL OF THE ABOVE.
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Seems to me Al the solution the Heckmom might take is to cut the wire on the new microwave and use some of that BUTT SPICE we talked about and connect the cut ends of the wires and not be concerned about where it's plugged in. If you not brave like I am you might want to through the breakers at the panel box.

As to not going out on Valentine's Day ?? Sounds reasonable so it's flowers and chocolates for you or have you
got a path out of that as well for us?

KIDDING YOU ABOUT ALL OF THE ABOVE.
John , In my 32 years of marriage every day is Valantines day I told Erika , she even buys her own flowers and thanks me Does that work , lol

You may be on something about just adding my own box to the wires and plugging it in , but I do have 3 more days till it arrives and it is driving me crazy . I will add if I clean up the mess I'm making during this search , that in it self would be a gift to my dear wife , haha
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I like it Al I'll give it a try and see how it works . Actually reservations made for Saturday .

Your idea to add a box good if you have room to do it which if it's like any BB project I've ever been involved with you probably do not.

Amazing how much mess can be made in a small space. How is it that it takes all the tools every time. Or that you 're one tool short of what you need.
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Well John , the Idea was not mine but a WOG member who for now will remain anonymous as I do not think he would want his name associated with short cuts , lol But he has known me enough to lower himself to the idea in a effort to keep me on the road . What a Guy , and just think I have the WOG to thank

I will add that in my search I was unable to find this issue on any LXI so I will be sure to add the final location to this thread .
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al
I feel your pain
my 03 lxi has outlet behind panel in cabinet over sink left hand side toward micro in rear corner I installed a GE profile convection/microwave and I worked on one in lx same story hope you find it mike
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