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Old 11-28-2014, 09:29 AM   #1
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Removing OTR Microwave

Any suggestion on removing and reinstalling a Convection OTR. I have removed the cabinet trim piece and the two screws on the wood panel above the MicroWave.
Cannot figure out how to remove the panel to excess the top of the Microwave to remove
the screws that hold it in place. HELP! 2003 Land Yacht XL 396
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Old 11-28-2014, 11:44 AM   #2
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Any suggestion on removing and reinstalling a Convection OTR. I have removed the cabinet trim piece and the two screws on the wood panel above the MicroWave.
Cannot figure out how to remove the panel to excess the top of the Microwave to remove
the screws that hold it in place. HELP! 2003 Land Yacht XL 396
Thanks Ray #4983
this is somewhat model dependent. Do you have an Interstate or a trailer or a motorhome. Year and model please.

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Old 11-29-2014, 07:54 PM   #3
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Once the front trim panel is off the mw mine just pulls forward and out, first time when I removed mw to replace, it felt like it was screwed in, used long screwdriver as a pry bar lifted to loosen feet from 10 yrs of sitting. Yours is new and dif model so could be dif. these are custom mounts, specific to mw and rv.
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Most of the range top microwaves have different mounting brackets. In my 97 Land Yacht WB diesel, it came with a top of line micro/convection oven as it does not have the standard gas oven under the stove top. It was not working when I purchased the unit last April and no one would repair it. I think it was a Sanyo. Purchased a similar GE unit from Home Depo and it came with a different mounting bracket. Basically the bracket goes on the wall the 2 screws from the top hold it in place. That sounds easy but I did not have open cabinets over the Microwave. Had to remove the control panel (water, generator, indicator) and screw in by hand. Bought a small ratchet type screwdriver which was much easier than using an alan wrench. It took the whole weekend......but was worth it in the end!! Had to drill some new holes into the frame support also.
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