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The microwave kit should include a list of parts. If you're missing just one part, it might be tempting to try to buy a replacement yourself. CANADA only Over the Range. Over the Range Microwave Oven. Before you install the microwave, measure the height and make sure the microwave will sit at least 20 inches above the range. Read on for another quiz question. Over the Range Instructions Microwave Oven microwave oven pdf manual download. Bottom Line . Begin by using a stud finder to locate the studs in the space below the upper cabinet. GE specifies, for example, that its over-the-range microwave models not be installed over any range whose burners output more than a combined 60,000 British thermal units, which is drastically higher than the average 7,000 BTUs of a standard home range. Try again! Click on another answer to find the right one... Gevorg Grigorian. Without this space, your microwave oven will not bolt into place. 400035336899. Also for: 1800 series, 1600 series, 1400 series. Use an appropriate microwave. With over 13 years of experience, Gevorg specializes in residential and commercial appliance repairs as well as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) services. High-end microwaves cost more than $500. Our licensed technicians specialize in accurate setup of the cooking ranges of all the popular brands. 1 Remove the installation instructions, filters, glass Fold back all 4 carton flaps fully against carton sides. 1. 4 star rating. Over The Range Microwave Oven microwave oven pdf manual download. Then, use the microwave’s installation template to mark where the mounting hardware should go. BEFORE YOU BEGIN Get Finished. If your microwave is being vented through ductwork, connect the oven's vent outlet to the ductwork. If you're not sure that the cabinetry is sturdy enough to hold up the microwave, remove the drywall and insulation from the area and build a new frame with two by fours. Learn how to use, update, maintain and troubleshoot your LG devices and appliances. If that's not the case, then you may find the project complicated by the need to install a new electrical circuit and to run new ductwork and an exterior vent. % of people told us that this article helped them. Following these steps in order will make the installation of your microwave easier. Choose another answer! Do I need to use a rear damper for my over the range microwave if not using an exhaust? A homeowner can hire an electrician or a handyman to fix the microwave. If your skills are not up to it, it might be best to call in a professional for the electrical work, the vent work, or both. When installing a microwave over the stove, verify that the distance between its bottom and the stove range is a minimum of 30 inches. Your microwave kit should include a framing template that you can use for this step. Our licensed technicians specialize in … Contact the manufacturer directly or go back to the store you bought the kit from and ask for their help. Microwave Installation Steps. I suggest you have at least one other person to help you lift the microwave and hold it in place while you secure it. You may need to take the fan out and change its direction, depending on the orientation of your ventilation system. Adulting 101: Learn How to Raise Your Credit Score. Measure the distance between this mark and the floor, and the top of your range, to make sure that the microwave will be situated within the acceptable height range. Over-the-range microwave installation instructions include templates to help position the mounting brackets. Make a mark at this spot. If you are replacing an existing microwave or a range hood, the best option will likely be … Get Inspired. Many homeowners choose over-the-range microwaves to save space in the kitchen or keep all of their cooking components centralized in one place. T installation… Over-the-Range Microwave (1.6 cubic feet) Check Price Runs Quietly . Installing an over-the-range microwave oven is often easier than you think. This article has been viewed 345,983 times. A microwave oven designed to be mounted over a cooking range typically has a built-in vent fan and light fixture designed to illuminate the stovetop. Also for: E30mh65gps - icon - microwave, E30mh65gss - icon 1.6 cu. With the assistance of a helper, lift the microwave into place, feeding the electrical cord up through the drilled hole in the upper cabinet. User rating, 4.6 out of 5 stars with 3679 reviews. But it depends on the type of install you need. Microwave Oven. Get Started. If the available space is the right size—with propertly spaced adjoining cabinets and an overhead cabinet to contain the ductwork connections—then installing an over-the-range microwave requires just a few hours of work. You will, though, probably need a helper, as an extra set of hands is essential. Always make sure you have all of the pieces you need before beginning installation. Cons . A professional installation costs $50 to $100 per hour.Hourly rates vary by region and pro. Read on for another quiz question. A recirculating or front-venting microwave can be installed beneath a counter without any further effort. You should compare different models and their functions before choosing the one. Guess again! Other. These microwaves come with installation bracket mounts where the microwave is placed after making the frame. Carefully let go of the microwave at this point to make sure that it stays in place. If your cabinets are sturdy, you shouldn't need to make any adjustments to them, just drill holes through them for mounting the microwave. Reframing is done to help the microwave stay in place above the range. The microwave will need to be attached to both a cabinet and the wall. Introducing "One Thing": A New Video Series, The Spruce Gardening & Plant Care Review Board, The Spruce Renovations and Repair Review Board, Tin snips (optional if installing a vent), Vent collar or other vent fittings (as needed). Make sure your outlet is properly grounded, too — your microwave’s 3-prong cord will need to be grounded to function. A: Answer Recently purchased over the range microwave and installation from a BestBuy in Tucson, AZ. Purchase your over-the-range microwave and installation services together, and set up a time for your install to be performed. If the rest of your electrical appliances are behaving normally, the circuit breaker is probably not the issue. Expert Interview. while the minimum distance from the cooking surface to the bottom of the cabinet is also 30 inches. Measure from the bottom of the cabinet you will install the microwave below to the height of the microwave. Over the Range Microwave Oven. Gevorg holds a BS in Business Administration and Management from California State University-Northridge. Nice! How to Install an Over The Range Microwave, https://www.naturalhandyman.com/iip/infapplianceinstallation/infmicrowaveinstallation.html, https://www.angieslist.com/articles/diy-tips-over-range-microwave-installation.htm, http://www.diyadvice.com/diy/electrical/fans-heat/over-range-microwave/, смонтировать встраиваемую микроволновую печь, installer un four à microondes en hauteur, consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. Over the range microwaves require a minimum 66" mounting height from floor to top of the micro. Luxury models can include sensor cooking, delayed start … How To Install A Microwave [Over-The-Range Style] - YouTube Exactly! Once you find one, measure 16 inches to the either side to mark others. The GE black OTR microwave comes with a 1000 watt power, along with a powerful fan making it one of the best picks when it comes to ventilation. The Home Depot cannot install gas dryers in a garage. What is the best CFM for over the range microwave? (Do not use standard duct tape for this.). (3,679) Customer rating. As stated above, for one to make a choice between the two options, one has to consider the available kitchen counter space they have and the budget they intend to use . This outlet will need to be located directly above the microwave (in the upper cabinet when present). 3. Secure two by fours between the wall studs. Can I install an over the range hood with wall brackets? View and Download GE Over the Range Microwave Oven installation instructions manual online. The best over the range microwave would, of course, come with a well-written installation manual. Your microwave may have additional fittings which you should set in place in order to allow it to ventilate properly. Backsplash 66″or more from the floor to the top of the microwave 30″ 2″ 30″ min. CVM517P. For proper installation and servicing, a 2-inch space is necessary between the top of the range backsplash and the bottom of the Microwave Oven/Hood system. By using our site, you agree to our. Over-the-range microwave installation is a little tricky, so most people hire a pro to set their microwaves up, and that’s a perfectly reasonable choice. If possible, use a hood over the stove. The key is a well-done installation that eliminates any possible risk of accidents and it must be performed by a professional. Lee has over two decades of hands-on experience remodeling, fixing, and improving homes, and has been providing home improvement advice for over 12 years. Rating Filter . Luckily, we’ve got everything you need in this article to be able to tackle this job, even if you’re a beginner when it comes to DIY home projects. Fixing it to the wall 5. Over the Range Instructions Microwave Oven microwave oven pdf manual download. Microwaves intended to be wall mounted come with vents on their underside; use it to vent your stove when cooking gets steamy. If you find some parts missing, contact an Authorized Service Center. • IMPORTANT – Observe all governing codes and ordinances. Follow these steps to easily install a new Over the Range microwave in your home. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS Installation Over the Range Instructions Microwave Oven Read these instructions completely and carefully. Installation Over the Range Instructions Microwave Oven Read these instructions completely and carefully. A microwave is a kitchen must-have. Can I install an over-the-range microwave by myself? Around 200 to 400 CFM is the highest and best rating for an OTR microwave. B. You finished installing your microwave, but when you tried to heat something, it didn't work. Typically, yes. UPC. Over the Range Microwave Oven. Get It Installed in Three Simple Steps. Line it up on the center line on the wall and tape it in place. 2. View and Download Electrolux Over The Range Microwave Oven installation instructions manual online. The microwave is made of stainless steel featuring a 2.2-cubic-foot capacity with a 1250-Watt high power. Then carefully roll the oven and carton over onto the top side. This template will show you where to drill holes for power cords and venting. Before you install an over-the-range microwave, make sure it will be 20 to 24 inches above the stovetop so they are both easy to use. Method 1 of 2: Mount an Under Cabinet Microwave 1. They appeared to be BestBuy employees, so no third party contractors. A grounded 120V-60Hz wall outlet with a 15 or 20A pre-circuit must be available inside the upper cabinet. Where it is not possible to anchor to at least two studs, the manufacturer may provide instructions for using alternate wall anchors to attach the bracket. Over-the-range microwave installation is a little tricky, so most people hire a pro to set their microwaves up, and that’s a perfectly reasonable choice. For a microwave hood combo, refer to Install an Over The Range Microwave. Fill in any empty space with new insulation. Do I still need to shut off the electricity in the kitchen? Should I mount a microwave oven above a gas range? Your microwave should have two paper templates: one to apply against the back wall, another to tape to the bottom of the upper cabinet. Long story short: To install an over-the-range microwave oven, you need to have enough space between wall cabinets flanking the range and between the cooktop and ceiling. I would not recommend it. • IMPORTANT– Observe all governing codes and coordinates. Turn the circuit breaker off while you investigate other reasons the microwave isn't working. View and Download GE Over the Range Instructions Microwave Oven installation instructions manual online. wikiHow is where trusted research and expert knowledge come together. Please locate the accessories page, in the above menu, to access installation and accessories for this appliance. Write a Review. The first step to installing an over-the-range microwave is to decide on the venting option. Just remember that wall should be all on the the same plane where bracket mounts. The mounting strip that supports the back of the microwave needs to be secured to wall studs, not simply the wallboard. 125 Volt NEMA 5-20 three prong plug . When installing an "over range" Samsung Microwave you must have between 30 and 36 inches of space between the cabinets over your stove. Steps. Use a tape measure to verify the height of your microwave. … Then, use the microwave’s installation template to mark where the mounting hardware should go. It should even take less than an hour–and less than half an hour if you’ve got some experience! By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Browse all Samsung Microwaves and filter by type, features and price to find the best Microwave for you. Installing an over-the-range microwave oven is often easier than you think. If not, contact the manufacturer for help. As soon as they are threaded, your helper can let go. Reframing won't affect this distance. Over the Range Microwave Installation - GE Microwave - YouTube Try again! Look for the choice that presents the least amount of risk and uncertainty. 2. Go through and check what’s actually in the box against this kit. If you want to install an over-the-range microwave and have it up and running within the hour, it's best to choose recirculating venting vs. external venting. The only risk of getting shocked at that point is if you were to miss your stud and screw into the wiring inside the wall. Make sure the door is latched and have someone help support the weight as you hang the microwave on the mounting plate. Work with a Lowe's sales associate to plan your install project and select the right over-the-range microwave for your home and budget. An over-the-range microwave oven makes efficient use of space in your kitchen, while also incorporating lighting and ventilation. There should be a cabinet or shelf above the spot where the microwave will be installed so that you can fasten the top of the microwave to it. … • IMPORTANT – Save these instructions for local inspector’s use. Before You Go Ahead. Page 20: Recirculating It should, but it's not a requirement. Your microwave should come with a kit that has a framing template. Over the range, microwave ovens are common appliances in every home. BEFORE YOU BEGIN • IMPORTANT – Observe all governing codes and ordinances. The best way to set up a consultation or appointment during the COVID-19 pandemic is virtually, with no in-person contact. Adding a cabinet to hold the microwave 4. Save space and time with an over-the-range microwave. Replace the charcoal filter Charcoal filters are only used in over-the-range microwaves that recirculate air. vent mounting screws ; l ocated on top of the microwave using a #1 Phillips screwdriver. If your microwave kit is missing a part, you should: Nope! Most OTR microwaves are just under 30 in. Professional. "I learned how to install an over-the-range microwave oven for the first time.". As you tighten, use a level to make sure the oven is perfectly horizontal. Appliance Repair Expert. Another possible complication is if substantial cabinetry work is needed, such as installing an upper cabinet to mount the oven and run the ductwork and the electrical cord. If you’ve lost track of a device, just open the SmartThings app... READ MORE . We use cookies to make wikiHow great. The microwave itself 2. Shop at The Brick for the best Over-the-Range Microwave, Energy Star Microwave, and 600 CFM Microwave models. How To. How do I adjust overhead cabinets in order to add a hanging microwave over the stove? Manufacturers also place limits on the output capacity of cooktops suitable for use in conjunction with over-the-range microwaves. An over-the-range microwave price is $50-$300 without a fan. Why should you reframe the opening for your microwave? If you are looking for a reliable and affordable over the range microwave installation Mississauga, contact us. ... •When installing the microwave oven beneath smooth, flat cabinets, be careful to follow the instructions on the top cabinet template for power cord clearance. It draws a lot of power, like a refrigerator, and should be on its own 20 amperage breaker. The common over-the-range microwave costs $100 to $200 on average.. With your partner still steadying the microwave, go above into the upper cabinet and thread the bolts down through the drilled holes and into the chassis of the oven. Most OTR microwaves are just under 30 in. Learning how to install over the range microwave without vent isn’t very difficult, but it does take some preparation. If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. INSTALL THIS MICROWAVE OVEN. Studs are usually 16 inches (41 cm) inches apart on the wall. Attention should be given to each step to insure a safe and professional installation. The installation will be relatively easy if there is access to an electrical outlet in the space above or behind the microwave, and if there is an existing vent duct running through the side wall or up through the roof. Just because the microwave didn't work on your first try does not mean it's defective. The power cord of this appliance is equipped with a . Use a jigsaw to cut an opening in either the back wall template or the bottom of the upper cabinet, depending on how the vent and ductwork is configured. To answer your main question, we did some research and found out that many people have placed their over the range microwave above the gas stove and there doesn’t seem to be a problem with this positioning. If the instructions ask you to use a technique you’re not familiar with, consider contacting a professional for help. Have your helper hold the bulk of the weight while you reach around back and hook the oven's slots over the the tabs on the metal mounting bracket. Even over an electric range, hot stuff from the microwave could easily drop and damage the surface. 30 July 2020. If you are simply replacing an existing vent hood or older microwave with a new oven, you can install it easily enough with common tools. When added to an existing kitchen, this type of microwave replaces the existing You can either cut out tile for unit, or mount over tile, although it's not recommended as finding studs is more difficult. Not exactly! • Note to Installer –Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consumer. 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