Question about Microwave Ovens
Posted by Anonymous on
I would suggest your AC should be hooked to a separate service wire. If you have too many high powered things on a service wire then you could even cause a fire. do you have a hundred Amp service running your house? if it's a sixty amp it's not strong enough to run an AC. Older homes are not usually set up to run an AC. I feel it's not your microwave.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trying to remove an old
On some of these old GE Spacemaker models, there are two long horizontal bolts at the top (R&L corners), accessed behind the upper grill. Remove the grill (four tiny screws), take out the two bolts (flat screw heads) that attach to the rear plate, and your microwave will come right down and out, providing you've removed the three mounting bolts on the top.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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