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Old 06-08-2014, 07:58 PM   #1
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If you order an Escape 19 with the 6.7 Fridge, where do they put the Microwave?

When looking at the pictures of the 6.7 fridge on the Escape 21 brochure, there is nothing above. Nor is there much room above it. The microwave is above the wardrobe.

Looking at the floorplan of the Escape 19 the wardrobe looks too narrow to put a microwave above it.

Can you order an Escape 19 with the 6.7 fridge and a microwave?

If so where do they put it?
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Give Escape a call Monday and ask - they are most helpful. This weekend they're all at the big rally.
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Normally it goes under the stove - and you lose the 2 drawers. I had the hanging closet (above the furnace, to the right of the fridge) made into 2 drawers and 3 shelves.

See: 19' Jan 8, 2014 post #22 last picture and post #23 first picture (The door over the 3 shelves was not yet installed for the picture.)
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Normally it goes under the stove - and you lose the 2 drawers. I had the hanging closet (above the furnace, to the right of the fridge) made into 2 drawers and 3 shelves.

See: 19' Jan 8, 2014 post #22 last picture and post #23 first picture (The door over the 3 shelves was not yet installed for the picture.)
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I *strongly* recommend you spend a number of hours/days/weeks browsing this forum. There is a wealth of information.

If you want to find something, use the SEARCH drop down menu and the BOTTOM (Search Site/Google) box - it is much better at finding relevant posts.
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ETI cut my time from 4 weeks to 2 to finalize my build sheet when they accelerated the 2014 production schedule. Glad I'm retired because I spent two solid weeks searching/pawing through this forum!
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Grant, after searching and reading and looking at images, I would strong suggest you start writing out a list of questions you have. Once you get on the trailer tours at the Oregon Gathering and you can physically see all the Escape models plus do a sit test.. you may change your mind about a number of things. I think it's really difficult to make any kind of final decision without actually seeing something. YMMV
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We just received our Escape 19 foot trailer and we ordered the 6.7 ft. refrigerator my wife wishes we did not order the larger refrigerator because she does not like the microwave below the stove because you always have to bend over to use it. Plus you lose a lot of storage space so you are giving up a lot to Get a little more refrigerator space.
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We just received our Escape 19 foot trailer and we ordered the 6.7 ft. refrigerator my wife wishes we did not order the larger refrigerator because she does not like the microwave below the stove because you always have to bend over to use it. Plus you lose a lot of storage space so you are giving up a lot to Get a little more refrigerator space.
Kinda my think too - long way down to reheat a cup of coffee.
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We just received our Escape 19 foot trailer and we ordered the 6.7 ft. refrigerator my wife wishes we did not order the larger refrigerator because she does not like the microwave below the stove because you always have to bend over to use it. Plus you lose a lot of storage space so you are giving up a lot to Get a little more refrigerator space.
We have the larger 6.7 cu-ft fridge and love it. Didn't get a microwave in our 19' and have found that we have no need for one. Most of our camping is at unserviced sites so a microwave would be a waste of space anyways.
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