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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Removing Microwave
First I would wonder if you really need to remove it from the wall? Many repairs can be done with it still in the wall. If so, installation instructions should be with the paperwork that came with the oven, and that will show you how to remove it. Buit if you don't have that, you would likely remove the grille from across the top. The grille is usually held in place with screws and/or clips. After that is out, there may be a couple of other screws now revealed at the top edge, or there may be a one or more "catches" just under the top edge of the the chassis. I would strongly advise you to have a helper working with you. These can be heavy, and awkward. You might call the GE Answer Center and ask if they can supply you with installation instructions. They're at 800-626-2005 (24 hrs.) Otherwise, you may be able to find instructions that are close enough at a place like Lowe's. They may have some demo models and you can usually ask to look at the manuals.
Posted on Jan 07, 2007
Underneath the microwave, on the right & left hand corner sides at the back, there are levers that you pull down & it releases the mounting bracket.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: Removing Microwave
I just got my Whirlpool MH7100 off the wall. It was a bit of a hassle. I could not find a proper manual online at Whirlpool, but I guess since my unit was manufactured in 1993, who can blame them? Was the Internet even around in 1993?
There were 2 obvious bolts to remove above the microwave, these were found by opening the cabinet above. The next step was the hard one. Even after these were removed, the microwave would not lean forward so that it could be removed from the rear brackets. To get it to lean forward, I had to partially remove and partially break (i think) the vent for the exhaust fan. This revealed what looked like a very large screw with a regular head, one on each side. Once I unscrewed both of these, I was able to lean it forward and get it off the rear brackets.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: We have a Sharp R-1851A
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Sharp R-1851A Over the Stove Microwave installation manual
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Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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