Not only we do appliance repair, but also appliance installation. Our technician Joe is the one who does different kinds of appliance installation. This time, he was installing the microwave/oven built-in combo.
Please, note that this unit is really heavy, so don't try to do siimilar installation on your own, unless you're a powerlifter or our technician Joe.
Few tips before you begin:
If the cabinet does not have a front frame and the sides are less than 3/4” thick, shim both sides equally to establish the cutout width.
If the cabinet does not have a solid bottom, two braces or runners must be installed level with the bottom of the cutout to support the weight of the oven. For single ovens, the runners and braces must support 225 lbs. For double ovens, the runners and braces must support 375 lbs.
The solid bottom or runners must be level with the bottom of the cutout or the bottom trim may not install correctly and then interfere with the door opening.
Built-in microwave/oven combo installation is not an easy job, so we recommend you calling the professional installer. If you need our help, feel free to give us a call
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Contra Costa Country
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