Question about Sharp R-9H84B Microwave Oven
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I was looking because after 15 years, my drive coupling cracked out where it connects to the turn table motor. Getting it out isn't that difficult - just remember to unplug the oven before you work on it. If the old coupler won't come out with gentle and even prying, flip the oven upside down - there is a small door on the bottom help shut with a single philips (+) screw which will give you access to the motor. Remove the two philips screws and lift the motor out and then use your screw driver to gently encourage the coupler out. I found removing the motor was the easiest way to install the new coupler - install the coupler then the motor while holding the coupler in upside down. I have the model with the door opening like a conventional oven door and it will not want to stay open for you while the oven is upside down. Either have some one hold it open while you have an arm in there or be prepared to have your arm squeezed a bit.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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