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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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Re: JennAir microwave JMC7000ADW lightbulb replacement

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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