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Old 11-02-2014, 10:41 PM   #11
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Funny, I have had the same question, how to remove the microwave in our 378, there is no cabinet above the unit, it is in the main slide. There is a trim strip above the micro and I have removed it only to find a solid mounted strip behind the trim. Have not yet figured out how to get to the front mounting bolts. Anyone have an idea on that. And no, removal of a micro in another model unit or travel trailer will not work. This is a georgetown 378.
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Funny, I have had the same question, how to remove the microwave in our 378, there is no cabinet above the unit, it is in the main slide. There is a trim strip above the micro and I have removed it only to find a solid mounted strip behind the trim. Have not yet figured out how to get to the front mounting bolts. Anyone have an idea on that. And no, removal of a micro in another model unit or travel trailer will not work. This is a georgetown 378.

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The way to remove the microwave from a 378 is like this.
1. The piece of wood above the microwave is just pushed in place.
It is about 2" high and the width of the microwave.

2. You need to remove this wood by pulling it forward. It may have small staples holding it but it will remove.
I know because mine fell out while travelling and saw the microwave brackets behind it.

The two microwave brackets are screwed in by a few screws and when removed the whole microwave will pivet down. Their is a metal wall bracket that has a lip that it pivots on. Better to have 2 people doing this so it doesn't fall and damage stovetop.

Hope this helps explain how to do it.
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