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Remove wall mount microwave

Hello, I am having real difficulty removing the wall mount microwave. I have tried all possible ways but the thing will just not come out.
any suggestion would be great!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    Frigidaire wall mounted microwave will not come down off the wall.
    Any ideas?

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GeneralElectric is internationally known as a premier manufacturer of ranges,ovens, stove-tops and various other household appliances. ConsumerReports ranks General Electric appliances high on functionality andtheir low rate of repair. Currently, manufactures microwave ovensand wall ovens. Microwave oven doors are designed to be removed andreplaced by professional repairmen because a "leak test" must beperformed upon replacement to ensure ions are not coming off themicrowave's magnetron. With wall oven doors, removal and replacement bythe owner is a straightforward task that is safe for any owner tocomplete.

Here are step by step Instruction on how to fix in your microwave door below.

step1.

If your microwave door is cracked or the latch is broken, you may be able to replace it instead of purchasing a new microwave. Check the manufacturer's website to find out how to order a replacement door that is compatible with your specific make and model or visit any technician store that deal with microwave and oven around your local area to get one.

step2

Your owner's manual may also list a part number, which you can use as a reference when looking for a new microwave door.

step3.

Difficulty or note able part : Moderately Easy Instructions material needed Replacement door with Screwdriver a technician tool .

step4.

Unplug the microwave and set it on a table or workbench. If you have a built-in microwave, you may have to remove some mounting screws or retention clips to get the microwave out of the support bracket.

step5.

Open the door and take out the glass tray.Pry off a corner of the plastic panel on the inside of the door with a screwdriver or butter knife. Once it is loose, work the screwdriver or knife all the way around the glass and remove the panel.

step6.

Ask someone to hold the microwave door as you disconnect it from the hinges.

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Depending on the design of your microwave door, you may have to remove a set of screws or slide a pin out of the hinge to release the door.

step7.

Remove and discard the old door. Have your assistant hold the replacement door up to the hinges.

step8.

Attach the door to the hinges by reversing the previous step. Snap the plastic inner panel into place around the glass.

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Move the microwave back to its original location. Insert and tighten the necessary mounting screws if you are working on a built-in microwave.

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Set the glass tray back inside the microwave and close the door.

Good luck.

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Get beneath the LG microwave, and grasp it on the bottom at either end. Lift the microwave up slightly, and pull it out from the wall to remove it from the mounting plate.


Turn the microwave onto its face on a soft rug or blanket. Remove the screws from the back panel of the microwave, and slide the panel upward to take it off the unit.


Look for the three fuses in the LG microwave -- one at the lower-right corner, one in the upper-right corner and one in the top center. Check each of the fuses to see if any of them look dark in color; this indicates a burned-out fuse.


Remove the burned-out fuse by gripping it firmly and pulling it away from the wall of the microwave. Once the fuse is removed, press the new fuse into the same position in the microwave until it clicks into place.


Slide the back panel onto the microwave, and replace the screws. Lift the microwave into the space beneath the cabinet from which it was removed, holding it slightly higher than the mounting plate, and lower the microwave until it catches on the mounting plate.

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Unplug the MW.
Uninstall from wall mount (if installed that way.).
Remove outer cover by removing the screws at back and (possibly) bottom sides.

Locate fuse. Replace only with an equivalent type and amperage.

You can test the MW without reinstalling or putting the outer covering back on.

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I am seeking a template for re-installing my 2 year old microwave. Jenn-aire has none of the templates in stock and can't send me a pdf or file so I can print the template myself. I have tried 2 parts...


Since you can't get a paper template for remounting your microwave, I can offer you my tips for doing this, as I've had to reinstall many of my customers microwaves, after they've done a kitchen remodel.

You can use the metal mounting bracket as your "new" template. Just unmount the micro and remove the metal bracket and you can then position it on the wall or under the cabinet where you are looking to mount the microwave. However, before you remove it from the wall, simply measure the distance from the edges at the top and both sides of the bracket, where it is presently mounted and you'll be able to easily remount it in a new location.

If you've already removed it from the wall, not to worry, simply place it on the back of the microwave and measure the distance from the edges of the bracket to the top and both sides of the microwave's canbinet edges. Allow for 3/16" additional distance and you should be able to then remount the bracket at the new location with ease.

Please remember that you want to get the bracket secured into a wall stud so it can hold the weight of the microwave once it's installed and fastened to the bracket. I also recommend that you use wall anchors at the side edges at both the top and bottom corners to help secure the bracket IF there are no wall studs behind the predrilled holes for mounting the bracket to the wall.

If you have trouble using the metal mounting bracket, you can always trace the entire bracket onto a piece of heavy paper or cardboard, but frankly, I find this unecessary and time consuming, since you've already got the mounting bracket right there with all the holes and such.

Also, don't forget to measure the location of the power cord at the top or back of the microwave and remember you'll need to drill a hole in order to be able to pass the cord thru the cabinet. If your microwave has screws at the top front edge that help secure it to the cabinent above it, again, simply measure the distance of these mounting locations from the sides and back of the microwave cabinet and drill holes thru the cabinet, using a drill bit that is twice the diameter of the mounting bolts. You should add washers to these bolts to help prevent the bolts from pulling thru the cabinet bottom.

Mounting a microwave is best done with at least two people, as holding it in place while someone else puts the bolts in it isn't easy to do by yourself. Also, it is much easier to do, when installing it over an existing range, if you move the range out of the way first, so you can stand under the microwave, instead of having to lean over the range while trying to install it. Not to mention the fact that should you drop the microwave, you'll not only damage it, but could destroy your range at the same time.

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DISCONNECT THE POWER.
You'll have to remove the unit from the case.
Remove the screws from the bottom and it should slide out. Then, remove the mounting screws. It's best to have a helper, it isn't always in a good position.

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