Question about KitchenAid KEMC377K Convection / Microwave Oven
That would be the service manual. You could contact Kichenaid for that, but I doubt the manual's necessary just yet:
You can find helpful exploded views of this model here: http://tinyurl.com/gv383
Unless you're replacing the entire door for some reason (what an expense!) then it's not recommended that you remove the door. If so, you'll have to carefully mark the hinges and the door to be sure you get it back in exact alignment. Otherwise, you'll have a chance of microwave leakage.
Instead, the door panels should be taken apart and then you can remove only the panels and parts that are needed.
In most cases, there is a choke cover on the inside surface that needs to be carefully pried apart, and that will allow access to the hidden screws, as the sample drawing shows.
Usually the exploded view is all that's needed, but if you nned more help, the service manual is the next step.
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
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