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This will depend on where the power source is located, find the cord that is connected. Most are on the top of the unit, some go down the side, there are usually 2-4 screws holding the unit up. The top bar should come out/off, then the screws will be in sight. Ours had 4 inside a bracket. We had to rewire to a new kind, because of the power source on the new unit. So make sure when looking at a new unit that the power cord comes on top, bottom or side like the one that you have now. If you have a cabinet on top of the range/microwave unit that could be where the power plug is installed. The bracket sometimes is screwed to that cabinet. You will have to remove the little bracket/bar by just pulling usually, then most of the rest is just looking to find the screws. Good Luck
I see you need a manual on how to replace you Microwave Door.
I checked the Manual does not have info regarding how to replace the Door just the Bulb and the Filters in it see here .
To be able to get information on how to replace the Microwave door you will need to contact Whirlpool 1-800-253-1301, you may need the Model and serial number so they can provide you info about the door replacement over the Phone if the door cannot be replaced by you then they can reffer you to a local center near your address for the replacement to take place or possibly get soemone out to replace it for you.
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remove the bottom of micro and filters / with a light look up wher the filter 's are on both sides and you will find a lever that when your pull it .. it will relace from back plate. make sure someone is holding it at this time so it will not fall on range below . ****
It sounds like the magnetron is overheating. There can be several causes:
- the vents are blocked - the outside outlet of the air duct is damaged or has an animal nest in it - the filters need to be cleaned (if grease filters) or replaced if charcoal filters - the magnetron is failing
should be a "mini-manual" (tech sheet) hidden inside the unit
control panel or hidden on the left side behind the grille, which is
very helpful when troubleshooting, testing, and locating
If you don't find yours,
or if you want to look at it without disassembling the oven, you can
possibly download it here.
our Web site, we have a video
available showing how to remove a typical
over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.
You can find links to helpful exploded view
diagrams and part ordering help
here. I recommend that you bookmark that
link to your favorites.
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There are two phillips head screws holding the unit in from the top and a slotted bracket on the wall or cabinet back. Usually you can remove the screws from the cabinet directly above the unit. Support the microwave from the front while removing the screws. CAUTION ! Use two people! While holding the unit level,lift up underneath the rear of the microwave to release it from the slotted bracket in the back and bring the microwave straight out.
i always reccomend to my custs that they stay with the same brand for same mounting bracket, dontreally know a way to verify other hten removing hte old micr first and then before purchasing ask to open box to check