Question about Microwave Ovens
May I ask why you want to replace the power cord? Is it frayed / damaged? If so then just cut it off and attach a new extension to the cord, avoiding opening up the machine. You can get a new end for the cord, or cut the cord short and essentially get a new cord without opening up the machine. Check with a local hardware store for power cord replacements and they will show you all the options. Otherwise let me know why you feel you need to change the cord.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
These are the steps to get access inside.
1. There is a single philip screw on the receptacle end of the bottom plate...unscrew it.
2. On the other end .. it is held by a plastic tab... push the bottom plate slightly backward.
3. When the bottom plate comes out a little... slid it on the direction of the power cord to get it out of the way.
4. From that opening, it would be enough for you to start in replacing that power cord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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