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IP 40 Help

Hi all,

I need help from an Ip 40 owner.

I am in the US and my boat is in Thailand and needs a new microwave oven.

Can someone with an IP 40 measure the space available and tell me the dimensions?

Thanks.

Rob Dubin
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13 years live aboard cruiser and a verrrrrry slow circumnavigation.
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yes it's 6mm by 7mm. Sorry Im pissed and just checkikng if my a;lf;alfjafajfadadjdfjdd
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check out the factory site at IP Home Port - The Official Website For Island Packet Yacht Owners Since 1998 - Home and the ipyoa.com site your at the wrong place for island packets. By the way nice boat.
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Re: IP 40 Help

I just measured mine and it measured 10 inches high and 20 inches wide....but that would be the very biggest you could squeeze in there.
It would be better if someone that had a microwave on theirs would a tally measure the microwave itself.
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