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My Spacesaver bulb replaces from the top. You have to remove 2 screws that hold the upper vent cover. W/ cover off you will find a phillips head screw about the center that holds the bulb cover. Remove the cover screw & lift up & remove the cover, then replace the bulb, the cover & screw then put the vent cover & it's 2 screws back. There may be some variance but they are all similar.
Hi, I have a jvm1631 modle that looks like yours,on mine you need to remove the grill on top and then you should have a screw above clock,remove screw and lift up and the whole assemby will pop off.Then you will see tabs all around edge that you psuh in to remove plastic cover then you can unplug all wire harnesses and replace keypad. Just remember to unplug M/W first.Hope this helps.
fixed the problem with my GE microwave turntable motor without having to replace it.
I removed the motor from the microwave and placed it in a small vise. Using a very small flat head screwdriver I was able to pry up the four tabs holding the casing together. You may need a slightly larger screwdriver after that to bend them back out of the way so you can remove the motor cover plate. Carefully take out all the plastic gears and note their position for re-assembly. You will find that the primary gear, at the bottom of the rest of the gears is attached to the motor magnet. It has a shaft that acts as a bushing passing through the center motor magnet. On the underside it is attached to a plastic washer. This is where it breaks. The motor magnet spins free of the gear/bushing/washer assembly. I used JB Weld epoxy to glue this assembly back together and it works like brand new. Note: On mine there were four indentations on each side of the motor magnet which corresponded to little ‘bumps’ on the underside of the gear on top and washer on the bottom. Place all the plastic gears back into the motor in the correct order, slide on the motor cover plate and use a small cold chisel with a round end and tap hammer to bend the tabs back into place. If this worked for you please let me know – email@example.com
Hi, Remove the 2 screws in the grille, the grille pulls straight out (with the door open is a little easier). Then above the light is a cover plate which is removed by the two screws on the plastic frame. You will see a little tab that allows you to lift that cover plate out gaining access to that bulb. As always you should be safe and turn off the power before you repair any electrical device. Good Luck!
unplug the microwave first then pull the cover off the top front of the microwave with 2 philipshead screws, the unbolt the control panel with the one screw. let it hang down the you should be able to see tha fan.