This part is the replacement flat bolt for your microwave. It is a Phillips-head screw, which is approximately 4 inches long. The main reason to replace this bolt is if your current bolt is stripped, ...
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April 23, 2022
The microwave doesn’t heat but the conventional oven works correctly
Where should i look for the problem?
For model number MC17J8000CS
Hello Ron, thank you for question. Yes, we recommend replacing the High-Voltage Diode FIX4235633. And secondly, change the Thermostat FIX4226431. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.
Hello Richard, thank you for reaching out. We are providing you with the instructions that will help you in removing the door.
1- Remove the vent grill by unthreading the screws.
2- After removing the vent grill, open the door and remove the hinge screw.
3- Now pull the door in the up position and remove it.
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The high voltage tired was shorted. I replaced it with a new one, but that did not solve the problem.
You can test the high voltage tired with a voltmeter and a 9 V battery. Search Search for it on YouTube.
You can also test the high voltage capacitor, the high-voltage transformer, and the magnetron with a multi meter. Search for the procedures on YouTube.
I tested all these high-voltage components with a low-voltage multi meter, and they all checked out OK (after replacing the diode). However the microwave still did not heat food.
When working on a microwave it is important to unplug it and also discharge the high voltage capacitor. The capacitor has a 10 megaohm resister to automatically discharge itself, but it may have failed – – so discharge it manually.
Other tools that are usefull long needle nose pliers, long thin blade screw driver and small magnetic flashlight. Place the microwave on a work bench and remove the case it cover 3 sides. Place the microwave on a chair so it can stand with the controls up. You are replacing the lower door microswitch. The switch is located behind the control panel in the lower part of the area. The switch is several inches inside this area and your hands will not fit. Take care when moving wires and a couple of sensors. Use the thin blade screwdriver to release a tab holding the switch in place. Do not break this tab. Take the needle nose pliers and remove the switch. Put the wires on the new switch, open the door a short distance so a door lever moves enough to put the microswitch back into the bracket.