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Old 04-24-2020, 01:17 AM   #1
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How to remove Frigidaire microwave (39MB)

Was changing bulb for stove light and shorted something out, I think the fuse in microwave blew before circuit breaker tripped. I need some how to for removing the microwave. Thanks
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Old 04-24-2020, 01:29 AM   #2
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The microwave is bolted to the underside of the cabinet above it. Look inside that cabinet and you should be able to see the bolts.
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It weighs about 75 lbs. Mine had 3 bolts through the upper cabinet. Once those bolts are removed the front will come down but the back sits on a bracket screwed to the wall. You will need to drop the front down then pick the back up about half inch or so to get it off bracket and then feed electric cord through cabinet home as you take down the microwave.
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Thanks all! If I need to replace, any suggestions for similar ie: size, microwave and convection oven.
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Old 04-24-2020, 01:43 PM   #5
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Was changing bulb for stove light and shorted something out, I think the fuse in microwave blew before circuit breaker tripped. I need some how to for removing the microwave. Thanks
I have never seen a microwave that has a fuse in it. I would first be checking to make sure you have voltage at the outlet where the microwave is plugged in. If not, then check circuit breaker or fuse or wiring connections for that circuit.
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Check/reset the GFCI near the bathroom sink, my microwave was connected to that circuit. The load wires on that GFCI had arced & burnt loose, had to trim wires & replace the GFCI plug.
Also may want to try plugging it into another outlet with an extension cord before tearing everything apart.
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On our Redwood, the microwave's power cord is plugged into a receptacle in the small cabinet above. unplug it and connect it to another outlet via an extension cord. That will show if the trouble is the receptacle or the microwave itself.
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Old 05-15-2020, 11:43 AM   #8
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Update:

Thanks for all helpful comments, ultimately I once again defaulted to YouTube, searched for changing fuse on a Frigidaire MW/ convection oven, watch video twice, ordered fuse, and with a screwdriver removed a three screws, a couple panels and the fuse. All while not removing microwave yeah!
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