First visit by technician failed due to having the wrong part. Next attempt will be June 28th. Certainly glad I am not being charged for the parts, shipping nor labor.
I did manage to open up access so if necessary, the technician could remove the microwave. IU am posting a few pictures in hopes it may help someone in the future.
There is a s trim piece above the microwave that can be removed by pulling straight out on one end. A picture of the trim piece is shown on the dinette table.
The picture with three arrows shows the brackets at each end of the top support for the microwave and how the two brackets attaché to the cabinet. The third arrow points to one of two bolts supplied with the microwave designed to secure the microwave to the cabinet above the microwave. Since there is no cabinet above the microwave, FR secured the microwave to a piece of wood with the bolts, then pushed in the microwave and piece of wood before attaching the brackets to the sides of the microwave enclosure.
I have posted a close up of how the brackets attach to the wood strip and enclosure as well as a close up of the bolt attaching the wood strip to the microwave.
Not a particularly pretty installation by FR.
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