Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools
• Measuring tape • Stud finder
• Pencil • 7/16" socket wrench
(or box wrench) for 1/4" x
• Masking tape or 2" lag screws
• Scissors • 1_/2"(3.8 cm) diam. hole
drill bit for wood or metal
• No. 2 Phillips screwdriver cabinet
• No. 3 Phillips screwdriver • Keyhole saw
for 1/4-20 x 3" bolts
• Caulking gun and
• Drill weatherproof caulking
• 3/16" (5 mm), 3/8" (10 mm)
drill bits • Duct tape
• 3/4" (19 mm) hole saw
For reorder information, see "Replacement Parts" section.
NOTE: The hardware items listed here are for wood studs. For
other types of wall structures, be sure to use appropriate
A. 1/4-20 x 3" round-head bolts (2)
B. 1/4-20 x 3" flat-head bolts (2)
C. Washers (2)
D. Toggle nuts (2)
E. 1/4 " x 2" lag screws (2)
F. Sheet metal screws (2)
G. Power supply cord bushing (1)
H. Damper assembly (for wall or roof
Upper cabinet template
Mounting plate (attached to
back of microwave oven)
Cardboard template (part
Aluminum grease filters
Charcoal filters (Depending
on model, charcoal filters
may not be included. See
NOTE: Depending on model, aluminum grease filter and charcoal
filter may be combined.
• Standard fittings for wall or roof venting. See "Venting Design
The cardboard piece from the top of the microwave oven
packaging is perforated. The piece inside the perforation is for use
as a rear wall template.
1. Cut along the perforation to separate the template from the
rest of the cardboard packaging.
2. Set the cardboard template to the side and refer to it during
the "Mark Rear Wall" part of installation.
Check the opening where the microwave oven will be installed.
The location must provide:
• Minimum installation dimensions. See "Installation
Minimum one 2" x 4" (50.8 x 101.6 mm) wood wall stud and
minimum 3/8" (10 mm) thickness drywall or plaster/lath within
Support for weight of 150 Ibs (68 kg), which includes
microwave oven and items placed inside the microwave oven
and upper cabinet.
Grounded electrical outlet inside upper cabinet. See
"Electrical Requirements" section.
• If installing the microwave oven near a left sidewall, make sure
there is at least 6" (15.2 cm) of clearance between the wall and
the microwave oven, so that the door can open fully.
Some cabinet and building materials are not designed to
withstand the heat produced by the microwave oven for
cooking. Check with your builder or cabinet supplier to make
sure that the materials used will not discolor, delaminate or
sustain other damages.
For Wall Venting Installation Only:
• Cutout must be free of any obstructions so that the vent fits
properly, and the damper blade opens freely and fully.
For Roof Venting Installation Only:
• If you are using a rectangular to round transition piece, the
3" (7.6 cm) clearance needs to exist above the microwave
oven so that the damper blade can open freely and fully. See
"Rectangular to Round Transition" illustration in "Venting
Design Specifications" section.