Question about Sharp Microwave Ovens
ow to get sharp r-1440 disassembled from under cabinet
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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.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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