Galanz Microwave/air Fryer Combo

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Anyone put one of these in their truck?

Looks like a great option for just over $100, but I wonder about Heat exhausting into the built in microwave spot in the truck.

KH's Comment
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Not familiar with it, but the manual says it need 2 inches on either side and 8 inches above for ventilation. Also wondering about the power. The manual says 1300W for microwave and 1450W for air fryer, but I don't know if it needs both of those at the same time, or if air frying just adds 150W, or what.

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Vicki M.'s Comment
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I belong to a group of people who cook on their trucks on social media...it seems that everyone has them. I don't know what size/model etc, but they all seem to love it.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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That’s where I saw it, a trucker cooking group.

And the $110 one is a 900w version. I couldn’t find any clearance info. I did see that info for the 1300w version.

I belong to a group of people who cook on their trucks on social media...it seems that everyone has them. I don't know what size/model etc, but they all seem to love it.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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You are correct. I went to their site and they do recommend those clearances.

It was a good idea but I would not want to put it in the microwave slot. Oh well. It was a nice thought.

Not familiar with it, but the manual says it need 2 inches on either side and 8 inches above for ventilation. Also wondering about the power. The manual says 1300W for microwave and 1450W for air fryer, but I don't know if it needs both of those at the same time, or if air frying just adds 150W, or what.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Rev's Comment
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This is a question I wa s going to ask as well. At home we cook with an air fryer and an iron skillet and that’s about it - I was hoping to add an air fryer to my truck. Especially since I’m a keto lifestyle eater 😅

If you think I think I'm 's Comment
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I belong to a group of people who cook on their trucks on social media...it seems that everyone has them. I don't know what size/model etc, but they all seem to love it.

I would like to get a list of recipes and equipment recommendations for when I go solo.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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You can still use a stand alone air fryer, just not the microwave combo as it fits into a cabinet and can’t dissipate the heat.

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