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Old 09-08-2015, 03:50 PM   #1
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Default Wanted: Origo 2500e stove top

Pretty rough coming home last night....the entire microwave managed to come off its screws and fall down on the glass top. Anyone have a top laying around? I saw an old thread where someone had a top custom made too...this is kind of a bummer.

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Old 09-08-2015, 05:54 PM   #2
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I build kitchen cabinets for a living and refacing the kitchen in our '98 2800 scr. I'm prob making new corian counter and eliminating the stove to house a bigger fridge.
I would let it go for a very reasonable price. won't be doing it until the winter though.
Think it's the same unit you have but mine may be a bit wider.
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I'll grab the measurements off it. I probably won't bother fixing it this season anyway
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If the stove top that Intern has don't work for you my friend made me one for my old Sea Ray out of black cutting board. I wish I had pictures of it, it came out awesome and it looked like it came from the factory that way. The other option is you can go to your local glass company and they can cut you one out of Lexan.
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All good options. I want something that looks good, but I don't want to spend a fortune. I don't even use the stove, the area is more valuable as counter space
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I think mine is the same size but wouldn't u know it, I forgot to measure last time I was at the boat. Honostly I have no used for it once I build the new counters.
If you want it you have have it for shipping cost and enough to cover a 12 of long necks.
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I forgot a tape measure when I went down the other day too, haha
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Actually remembered to measure the stove just now
15 1/2 w x 14 1/2 deep.
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Thanks. I'm away for work; will prob get down to the boat over the weekend
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