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The parts breakdown is shown at the link below. The screws you removed do indeed need to come out to disassemble the door. Once they are removed, the top should separate and the door may be lifted off tabs on the bottom. However, once you take the door apart, you will need to have it checked for microwave energy leakage. Is this something you are sure you want to tackle?
You need a leak detector. Anytime the door is disassembled, the potential for leaks is high if not reassembled correctly. The door seals around the microwave opening.
The door must close correctly to keep the microwave energy in the box. If the door does not close correctly or has gaps that the microwaves can get through, it can be dangerous. I just wanted to make certain you understood the risks.
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