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How do I remove the trim kit on a neff mw 5631?

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Phone these guys at maytag - sorry info is not available online 1-800-688-9900. Hope this helps :)

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i think i am having the same problem, i spilled a cup of coffee inside of the microwave as i was reaching to get it and the turntable stopped rotating since then. what do you think could be the problem and how could i fix it?

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