Thinner alternative to drywall?

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Don't forget that you need clearance to slide the oven into its space. I'm not sure of your exact scenario, but if this oven is against a long wall, this will be an issue. You can't just remove the drywall from where the oven is going to be, and expect it to slide in there.
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On Tue, 10 Jan 2012 08:40:57 -0800 (PST), Bill Ventura

2.5 Screw some little pieces of wood 1/2" in from the surface and attach the drywall to them. Cut the drywall to be just smaller than the opening.

Saran Wrap. Get the white kind.

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