Removing a Frigidaire Wall Oven

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Whether it's a simple family meal, or a fully dressed roast, a Frigidaire wall oven can cook just about any kind of dish as needed. But there may be times, such as during a remodel or upgrade, when you need to remove your Frigidaire wall oven. Whether this is a gas or electric wall oven, the removal procedure is largely the same. Once the electricity and gas have been disconnected, the oven is ready for removal.

Things You'll Need

  • Screwdriver
  • Utility knife
  • Wrench
  • Open the oven door. Remove any racks or shelves inside the oven.

  • Turn off the electricity to the Frigidaire at the main circuit breaker.

  • Locate the junction box where the Frigidaire wall oven is connected. These are typically located near the installation cabinet or counter.

  • Loosen the screws on the cover of the junction box with a screwdriver. Pull off the junction box cover. Cut away any electrical tape holding the wire nuts in place with a utility knife. Loosen the wire nuts by turning counterclockwise. Untwist the wires inside the junction box. Loosen the coupling on top of the junction box where the cable connects. Pull the armored cable out of the top of the box and allow it to hang freely.

  • Turn off the gas supply for the oven, in gas appliances. The supply knob is usually located behind or beneath where the oven is installed. Turn the supply knob in the direction indicated on the handle to cut the supply. Use a wrench to loosen the coupling connecting the oven supply line to the gas supply valve.

  • Remove the trim on the bottom of the oven by prying it off with a screwdriver.

  • Loosen the screws at the top and the bottom of the outside face of the Frigidaire.

  • Pull the wall oven out of the mounting cabinet. Have an assistant help you if the oven is heavy.

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