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JennAir microwave JMC7000ADW lightbulb replacement

I have the JennAir microwave and Oven combo. The microwave is the JMC7000ADW. I would like a procedure on how to replace the interior light bulb.


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  • KevinAshton Jan 31, 2008

    There is no panel with screws on the interior of my microwave. The light shines through multiple little holes in the upper right side of the interior wall surface. There is no panel that can be removed.

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2008

    I cannot locate where to replace light bulb on inside of microwave oven. There are no screws or door on the inside of oven.

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    bill overholt Mar 01, 2014

    There is no access to the inside on a JMC7000ADW. You have to take the outside cover off. Remove four screws on the back and two on the top. Lift the back of the cover to free it in the front. The bulb is accessible from the top. remove the two-wire plug, and frr the bulb assembly from the clip and post it is held by. Put the new bulb in and reverse the instructions.



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Their is a panel up near the top on the right hand side of the interior cabinet just remove the screws and put in a new bulb

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  • robert samples Jan 31, 2008

    it showes one on the blue print is that your correct model number let me check again

  • robert samples Jan 31, 2008

    ok you might be able to access it by removing the control panel there should be a screw on the bottom of the control panel take it out and slide it up then out its on hooks on the left where the door switches are is the bulb on top of the hook assembly its not a normal bulb its model specific if you cant get it from there you will have to remove the cabinet remove the screws from the bottom and the back of the cabinet slide it back to unhook it then take the cabinet off again the bulb fits on two tabs on top of the door switch assembly

  • bill overholt
    bill overholt Mar 01, 2014

    you cannot access it by removing the control panel.



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