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Thread: Whirlpool Gold Mic/Oven ~ Remove control panel

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    Default Whirlpool Gold Mic/Oven ~ Remove control panel

    How do you remove the control panel on the Whirlpool Gold Upper Microwave/Combination Lower Oven? Model choices:

    RMC275PD/RMC305PD
    GMC275PD/GMC305PD

    Thank you.

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    Open the oven door and you will see screws holding the side trim in place. Removing the screws and trim will expose the screws holding the side of the panel in place. The panel will lift up and forward. Best to loosen the screws holding the entire unit to the cabinet and pull it away enough to prevent damage to the cabinet.

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    Thanks, Brian. Much more involved than I was hoping.

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    Glad we could help.

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