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Light Bulb - 40W
2 Reviews
Fix Number FIX884734
Manufacturer Part Number 8009
This is a genuine OEM 40-Watt replacement light bulb that is compatible with various types of appliances. It has a frosted glass bulb with a standard metal socket base, making it easy to screw and unscrew by hand to replace. It is designed to tolerate extreme temperatures, which is why it is commonly used to light the inside of refrigerators and ovens. Depending on the appliance and location of the bulb, disconnecting the power is recommended. This bulb is sold individually.
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Helen from Quincy, MA
lightbulb in refrigerator went out
Removed plastic shield on top of refrigerator. Removed old bulb.. Replaced new bulb. Reinstalled plastic shield. Voila! Read more...
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Ceramic Fuse - 20 amp
Fix Number FIX11747931
Manufacturer Part Number WPM0805101
This is a ceramic fuse for a microwave. It is just over 1 inch long. This fuse is 20 amps and 250 volts. This part powers your microwave. If your appliance is not heating properly, or is not turning on, you will need to replace this part. Before making any repairs to the microwave, make sure it is unplugged and the capacitor is discharged. Capacitors can store large amounts of electricity for long periods of time. Proceed with caution.
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Light Bulb - 120v 25w
Fix Number FIX11747808
Manufacturer Part Number WPA3167501
Sold individually.
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John from Tavares, FL
Bulb was out
Installed new bulb
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Fix Number FIX11743000
Manufacturer Part Number WP59001168
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Ralph from Little Rock, AR
Loud humming noise but no heat
I looked online and found that the problem could be a bad magnetron, a bad capacitor, or a bad diode. I received a quote of $485 plus sales tax from an appliance repairman to remove the oven, replace the three parts, and re-install the oven. Instead, I ordered the three parts from this site.. My son-in-law and I removed the range below the microwave and then the microwave itself. It's a two-person job for an above-the-range oven. I was careful to discharge the capacitor before doing any repairs. The parts were easy to replace. The new capacitor was a little larger than the old one, but it had the right specs. With a little maneuvering, I got it in. We re-installed the microwave back above the range, re-inserted the range, and we were in business. So far it works great. I saved more than half of the quoted repair price and more than the price of a new one. I might have bought a new one, but this model is no longer made (mine is 11 years old). The new ones I looked at didn't match well in either appearance or size. Overall, a good experience and a good outcome. Read more...
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Fix Number FIX3598699
Manufacturer Part Number 6600W1K001Q
This is a genuine OEM replacement switch for the door of your microwave. When the door is closed and the switch depressed, it allows the microwave to run and the turntable to rotate. When the door opens, the switch cuts the power. If your microwave continues to run with the door open, there is an issue with the door switch. Other signs the switch may have failed is if the microwave will not heat or the turntable is not rotating. You can test this part with a multimeter, and if it is defective it will need to be replaced. Before beginning this repair, please be sure to unplug the microwave and discharge the capacitor.
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  • Doesn’t shut off
  • No heat
  • Tray won’t turn
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rockie from eugene, OR
microwave wouldn't heat, door switches failed
First step is to test all 3 door switches. I couldnt find a video of removing the switches on, so I had to wing it. Took the case off and eventually found out the switches can be removed from the front. Then I learned another important lesson - replace all 3 switches and the holder as an assembly. I bought 2 switches but found out you cant remove the switches without destroying the holder. That was a $17 mistake. The entire assembly is only $3 more than 2 switches. Read more...
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Diode (Cable, Assembly)
Fix Number FIX3529603
Manufacturer Part Number 6851W1A002E
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Fix Number FIX3610071
Manufacturer Part Number 6912W3B002K
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Fix Number FIX3529034
Manufacturer Part Number 6324W1A001L
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Ashly from NAVARRE, FL
Microwave would run but would not heat. (Lights worked, turntable turned)
Killed circuit breaker to microwave.
-Removed microwave from the wall to move it to a table to work on.
-Removed screws in the cover(all along edges on top, sides, back, and bottom)
-Removed sheetmetal covering for top and sides.
-Removed Control Circuit Board Panel (Just to the right of the door).
-Tested all three safety switches for door interlock (all checked good)
-Put back together to try again, with no luck.
-All signs pointed to the magnetron so that's what I ordered next.
-Let the microwave sit unplugged for the week that I waited for the part to arrive.
-Received part, unpackaged, everything looked very similar to the original, with one slight difference.
-The two wire connectors on the magnetron are labelled FA and F. I noticed that on the original the FA was on the left side and the F terminal was on the right. One the new magnetron they were on opposite sides.
-No big deal, took the wire connector off of the original magnetron and took apart, this allowed me to swap the FA & F cables to match the correct sides of the new magnetron.
-Removed 1 screw on a bracket inside and to the front of the magnetron
-Removed 4 screw from the top side of the microwave that held the magnetron in place.
-Removed old magnetron
-Installed new magnetron
-Performed all the above steps in reverse

Good Luck!!!
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Fix Number FIX3523009
Manufacturer Part Number 4510W3L003A
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Fix Number FIX11738861
Manufacturer Part Number WP210720
This rivet is an inch and a half long. It is used for many washing machines, microwaves, refrigerators, dryers, and ranges. Use of this rivet requires a rivet tool.

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