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These usually have 2 or 3 screws holding them from the top. It may also be held by a rear bracket. Removing the screws will allow it to tip down and be removed from the bracket. I usually put a cardboard box (or similar item) under these when loosening the screws to prevent it from falling.
If it's like most above-the-range microwaves, there will be 2 or 3 screws holding it from above, inside the cabinet
While supporting the unit from below, remove screws.
The rear of the unit is supported by hooking onto a bracket that is screwed to the wall behind it.
The rear needs to be lifted, then the unit should pull away from the wall. Requires some muscle.
The door is probably out of adjustment. Remove it from the power source. Remove the top cover and examine the door catch housing. There usually are a couple of screws clamping this in place, loosen the screws, shut the door and tighten the screws. Finaly, check the hinge for clearance, (No more than 1/10th inch), and adjust as needed. Hope that helps.
requires two poeple who can lift or hold the weight of the micor. get a stool or lil ladder remove screws above that screw down inside upper cabinent usaually two maybe three sometimes while someone is below and holdin the weight of the unit so it doesnt drop once the screws are out. unplug the unit and also remove the tape if any and free it of its ductin pipes if vented above. once screws are out help lift micro up and out as it is postioned usually on a wall bracket that has lil clips that slide into the bottom back corners of the micro lift up and out to free it fromt the bracket, once out feed cord through hole uusally cut for it,.. hope this helps
remove the bottom of micro and filters / with a light look up wher the filter 's are on both sides and you will find a lever that when your pull it .. it will relace from back plate. make sure someone is holding it at this time so it will not fall on range below . ****
Probably don't need this anymore, but there is another post, which we added to. Hope you had success.
Be sure to unplug first.
It is mounted on a steel bracket which the micro was tiled into place on. The bracket covers the entire area of the wall where the micro sits.
Basically, two screws in the bottom of the overhead cabinet, and two more screws located in the venting area of the microwave (under). Take the vent filter covers off each side, and remove one screw on each side carefully. If you take the fan cover off in the top front, you can see the steel support on the left.
Two people: The micro is then lifted up and off the support slightly, and then tilt forward to remove.
MOST OF THEM YOU CAN TAKE THE SCREWS LOOSE FROMTHE TOP OF THE CABINET OVER THE STOVE, YOU NEED TO PPL, REMOVE TOP SCREWS HOLD IT AN TILT IT AN THEN PULL IT AWAY FROM THE WALL, MOST WALLL BRACKETS HAVE A HOOK THAT THE MICRO MOUNTS TOO IT 90%OF THE WEIGHT IS BEEN HELD BY THE WALL. GOOD LUCK LEAVE SOME FEEDBACK.!
There are two phillips head screws holding the unit in from the top and a slotted bracket on the wall or cabinet back. Usually you can remove the screws from the cabinet directly above the unit. Support the microwave from the front while removing the screws. CAUTION ! Use two people! While holding the unit level,lift up underneath the rear of the microwave to release it from the slotted bracket in the back and bring the microwave straight out.