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Richard,

Maybe you need to see if you can order new screens. Ours are nice and snug and have not fallen out in the 13 years we have owned the coach. They have a plastic push/pull tab at the rear that seems to wedge tight when you push the screen toward the rear. To remove the screen the tab is pulled forward toward the front and the screen will drop down. If yours are like ours then maybe the plastic has worn down and causing the screen to be loose. Maybe you could build up the plastic with a piece of plastic shim stock or some other method.

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Joel & Bob,

This Sharp microwave is a replacement for the original one. The new one is Sharp Model R1874T.

The grease screens are similar except that instead of the plastic tab there is a metal loop laying flat to the screen. Plus it fits very loosely in the slot location. There is nothing that really holds it there.

Any more ideas?

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Richard

We use a 2 refrigerator magnets, (one on each

On 2/2/2020 at 1:29 PM, Dr4Film said:

Has anyone come up with an ingenious idea how to keep the two rectangle grease screens from falling out from underneath the bottom of the Sharp microwave?

I would certainly be open to any ideas that people have.

Thanks so much!

Richard

We use 2 refrigerator magnets, (one on each), to hold  those 2 filters in place.

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19 hours ago, Dr4Film said:

Joel & Bob,

This Sharp microwave is a replacement for the original one. The new one is Sharp Model R1874T.

The grease screens are similar except that instead of the plastic tab there is a metal loop laying flat to the screen. Plus it fits very loosely in the slot location. There is nothing that really holds it there.

Any more ideas?

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Richard,

I guess old stuff ant so bad after all. At least I know if our Sharp bites the dust I am keeping the old screens.

 

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