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ApplianceRepairCoquitlam Posted: Tuesday, November 12, 2019 9:48:22 PM(UTC)
We can fix that! Just hire our experts now.
richbanks1 Posted: Saturday, December 23, 2017 9:37:51 PM(UTC)
Nice thread... Thanks for sharing..
IJenkins Posted: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 9:40:26 PM(UTC)
Can you post some pictures of your door frame?
McGear10 Posted: Tuesday, June 6, 2017 9:32:15 PM(UTC)
Nice info. :)
mayallen Posted: Sunday, August 28, 2016 8:13:18 PM(UTC)
Thanks for sharing the information, I had a similar problem with the microwave oven I bought from best brand appliance Premium Home & Kitchen Appliances Store Vaughan, Toronto | Best Brand Appliance but I had some professionals come in and fix the door for me. I was a bit cautious of working it on my own because microwave ovens have very high voltages and can have very high currents while operating. The high voltage capacitor can retain the charge for a long time.
djpenn Posted: Friday, September 4, 2015 1:03:57 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: yiwen Go to Quoted Post
The outer door frame of my JVM1840WD001 was cracked and eventually broken on the bottom. I ordered the replacement part from for JVM1840BD001 since I don't want to pay $200 for the whole door (GE does not make individual part for JVM1840WD001, so I settle with a different color: bisque instead of white). To replace the outer door frame, you would need to use putty knife (the one you use for dry walling) to remove the inside door frame by prying against the inside metal frame. Once you remove the inside door frame, you will see two screws that secure the door handle. Unscrew them to remove the door handle. Once the handle is out of the way, you will see (from outside) there are 2 more screws that secure the outer door frame to the door assembly. Unscrew them (be careful not to let the outer door frame drop because there is the glass attached to it) and use the putty knife to remove the outer door frame. From this point on, the removal and installation should be straightforward.

Do you have to remove the door first? If so, then how do you do that?I don't want to break the new frame before I get the old one out so don't want to pry and poke until I know for sure.
avswindows Posted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 12:52:45 AM(UTC)
Thanks For it information
MikeWolfes Posted: Friday, January 17, 2014 8:59:20 PM(UTC)
good suggestion it is .. i was too looking for it
markedward Posted: Friday, January 10, 2014 11:58:18 PM(UTC)
Never thought of fixing the outer door frame in this way. This is really helpful thanks for sharing it.
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ParonMIlls90 Posted: Monday, March 4, 2013 5:14:23 PM(UTC)
thanks I have the same problem with my door. this can help me