Got a now-broken, 20-year-old microwave oven that I'm
trying to remove. It was made by General Electric and
says "GE SpaceMaker" (or SpaceSaver?) on the outside.
I've installed other brands before, so I THOUGHT I could
figure out how this old GE is being held into place (it's a 30-inch
wide under the cabinets over the stove model).
I've take the upper bezel and the lower panel down and looked
around inside with a flashlight, but it is still UNCLEAR just
what is holding it in place.
Seems like maybe the 3-sided outermost panel (rather than
just a backplate!?) is holding it in place. It may (or may not)
have some kind of 'slide out on a track' thing...something visible
inside sort of looks like that, but I can't find any latch-release
or anything for that.
So, rather than me SPECULATE further: Can someone tell me
definitely how this damn thing can be de-installed?