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Old 07-01-2015, 03:26 PM   #11
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Agree sounds like the top plate may not have been switched on the microwave. Have installed many units above stoves it is usually the two bolts down thru the cabinet above, then the unit tilts down, sits in the channel on the wall mount bracket. Have a second person not real heavy just bulky, the extra person makes it much easier and safer.
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Old 07-01-2015, 03:30 PM   #12
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Don't put in the micro wave anymore it's in the manual bag with all the other non helpful instructions. Later RJD
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Old 07-01-2015, 03:44 PM   #13
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Agree sounds like the top plate may not have been switched on the microwave. Have installed many units above stoves it is usually the two bolts down thru the cabinet above, then the unit tilts down, sits in the channel on the wall mount bracket. Have a second person not real heavy just bulky, the extra person makes it much easier and safer.

Thanks, I'll try that. On the manual I looked at online it said take the fan, the motor and fan to gather and turn them 180 degrees. But thanks again about how to take unit out


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Sorry, yes there are units that all u need to do is flip the entire fan housing so it vents either to the top or thru the rear. Not hard at all. There is a YouTube video for whirlpool
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My CC does not have the exhaust vent in the wall.
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Mine has the outside vent so I assume there is a hole in the wall. I'll find out when I take the microwave down


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