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|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||JXA019K|
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GE JXA019K Undercabinet Microwave Mounting Kit
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GE Undercabinet Microwave Mounting Kit JXA019K
Top Customer Reviews
OK so you get the idea of the problem. Here's what I eventually did for my under cabinet mount with less than 1/16 inch tolerance for accommodating the microwave. And believe it or not, i even used a digital vernier caliper for one tricky measurement! I located the template out of the many many templates that had printing on both sides. After much measuring the cabinets and distance from the wall and the side cabinets, I cut the template to fit inside the cabinet. None of the lines on the template matched any of my cuts to the templates. So it came down to using the templates for the position of the screw holes on the top of the microwave. Next I tacked down the template inside the cabinet after rechecking the position of the holes to be drilled many times. Drilled the holes. Had wife hold the microwave (grrrr) while I searched for the microwave screw holes through the cabinet bottom. By the way, it might be easier to thread some threaded rod into the microwave, move it up to the cabinet bottom and pull the rods through and then replace one-by-one with the real screws. Anyway, after starting the screws while trying to hurry for the wife's sake, I realized they were entering at an angle and the power screwdriver began to strip these flimsy aluminum screws. It would be better to provide some screws made of stronger metal such as stainless. I had to move a couple of the holes over a little bit. It might be that the template holes were just a little bit off from the actual locations of the holes on the microwave. We finally did get it mounted and were happy to realize that the two long brackets could be placed inside the cabinet under the screws to prevent the screws from pulling through the cabinet bottom. Oh by the way, make sure to place a nice size hole in the cabinet bottom if you plan to pass the cord through the bottom to an outlet inside the cabinet.
In summary, the templates are best used for the hole placement with respect to each other and not the guidelines on the template. The two long brackets were useful to prevent the screws from pulling out (although fender washers would do the same) and the screws were a good length but they were soft aluminum.
templates make drilling easier
no trip to the hardware store
pretty spendy for how little is in there
instructions are kinda weird
templates could be better, they don't really represent where the front of the microwave is (at least on my model pem31)
brackets to take up some space inside the cabinet, could be a problem is you were putting wine glasses on top of it.
all in all it did the job at the end of the day, I was thinking it was more of a hidden undermount where you install brackets from the underside, and slide the microwave and you don't see any hardware.
has anyone figured out what the little U brackets in the back do? I installed mine per the instructions and they did not seem to serve any purpose.
Many of the negative reviews are accurate -- you're paying a bunch of money for some screws, brackets, and a drilling template.
Could you do it cheaper yourself? Yes.
Is it worth driving to the hardware store, spending time looking for brackets and screws, waiting in line to pay, and then spending even more time to make your own drilling template? I'd go with the kit every time...