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Ge jvm1653 bh01 wall mounting

Hi , we would like to ask how to install this microwave to the wall. all we have is the microwave :) and the long screws and a long bracket what attached to the bottom. should we have not any other parts to add to the wall? please help. thanks

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  • peggyzum Jan 03, 2009

    I got a used space saver microwave along with the mount, but don't know how to mount it! (although we do have the template) GE JVM1653WD

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