Question about GE Microwave Ovens
Requires two poeple who can lift or hold the weight of the micor. get a stool or lil ladder remove screws above that screw down inside upper cabinent usaually two maybe three sometimes while someone is below and holdin the weight of the unit so it doesnt drop once the screws are out. unplug the unit and also remove the tape if any and free it of its ductin pipes if vented above. once screws are out help lift micro up and out as it is postioned usually on a wall bracket that has lil clips that slide into the bottom back corners of the micro lift up and out to free it fromt the bracket, once out feed cord through hole uusally cut for it,.. hope this helps
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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