Question about Microwave Ovens
I cannot get it apart to remove the faulty switch
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure you turn the power off, then remove the knob and there should be two screws that hold the switch in place, remove them. Then pull the stove out and remove the screws on the back panel and that should give you access to the switch
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