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Old 01-15-2015, 02:42 PM   #1
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Need information on how to remove a microwave

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Old 01-15-2015, 03:03 PM   #2
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Varies from RV to RV. On mine I pull some screws out of the trim, Micro and Trim comes out as a unit (Plug is in cupbord next to micro)

Others you pull a panel off UNDER the beast, or beside it or .. Well there are lots of ways depending on the model chosen.

One thing: If you are repalcing there is NOTHING special about an RV micro.. Nothing at all.

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Welcome to the net. It helps responders if you post your year, make and model in a signature block so the folks reading it can give specific info. As wa8yxm said, lots of ways to fasten these things in and you need specific information.
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We have a convection micro. On my last unit (same type micro), we managed to actually melt the plastic trim by trying to heat something from frozen to 165 degrees....just really dumb. We should have thawed it first! Anyway I ordered new trim and went to pull out the micro to take the door apart and replace the trim. After several hours, I finally called in an appliance expert. He didn't care that it was in my RV. He works on them all the time. In five minutes he had the door off and had it on my counter. 5 minutes after that the pieces were out, and he pulled the new ones from the box I gave him. Swapped right in, no problems and he was done in less than 30 minutes. He showed me where all the hidden screws were...it was fun to watch. I'm not even sure I could do it again today! It was worth the $55 service call to have him take care of it! Best of luck.
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