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If that's a filler piece that"s damaged, I would think it can be removed and replaced.. without dropping the cabinets or the crown. Not that it"s easy, because there's probably a fastener that will be tough to deal with...but probably doable. Need to special order another filler to accomplish this. Need to remove the bottom moulding temporarily, as well.

With new filler on hand, the microwave is removed temporarily, and the left door. Then filler is clamped in place to the cabinet, and it's properly predrilled (this time) and screwed together.
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