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Re: remove a microwave oven
To remove this model from instalation:
1. Disconnect the vent pipe from m/w (inside the cabinet on top of m/w)
1. Unscrew 2 big screws from the top (inside the cabinet).
2. Tilt it to you a little.
3. Lift it up and m/w can be removed.
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Unplug the power cord and make sure it will come out easily when you start to take out the mounting screws.There are 2 or more screws in the cabinet floor above the microwave. Be ready to catch the microwave once the last screw is removed because it will drop in the front. Then lift the back of the case off the tabs on the wall mount bracket and the whole thing is in your hands.
Not super familiar with Sharp Microwave ovens Convection or not,
but most microwave ovens can run into at least two reasons that they won't open and both require you to remove the cover over the whole oven - If the door has a push-button to release the door, you could find inside it has popped free of it's pivots and is not lifting up the latches on the door so you can open it, or is has actually snapped that latch. The other thing I have seen more on Panasonic microwave ovens and again moreso on the newer Inverter ovens, is that the latching assembly inside is attached to too thin a piece of metal and the metal actually bends - now your door and it's latching assembly and switches don't line up properly.
In that case you will still need to remove the cover and do your best to realign the switch assembly with the front of the microwave so that the door can click in and out easily.
you should be able to do this yourself. Do you have an outlet to plug this into, or will you need to hard wire it into your apartment/house wiring/. If the former, then you should be okay. You will need a bracket/plate to mount the microwave to.
You should not have any metals in the oven when the microwave is on. If you are just doing convection cooking, the metal rack should be in so that what you are cooking is raised up so the hot air can surround what you are cooking.
two VERY important things... first, turn off the breaker (power) to the unit, and second, do NOT touch the bulb with your bare hands (use thin gloves or rubber gloves), you don't want to get any thing on the bulb, like grease. I don't know this exact model but, to remove the bulb, there should be a grill on top of the microwave, take that off and there should be a panel above the bulb inside, remove that and you should be able to reach the bulb now.
first remove mains cord from main power. and remove the microwave oven top cover and check the bulb and crefully remove the old bulb and put new bulb. at high voltagae section dont touch any thing ,that area very dangerous ,thats why very carefully work inside the microwave oven ..