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GREASE FILTER
$9.38
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12722303
Manufacturer Part Number
WB02X32793
Fix Number
FIX2351821
Manufacturer Part Number
WB25X10019
This halogen light bulb is a replacement part for the bulb behind the top grill in your microwave. It is sold individually.

Installation Instructions

Walter from Northport, NY
Unit has two bulbs. Both burned out.
Open the lens/bulb cover - one phillips head screw. Turn on safety light so its shining upwards. Remove each bulb - do not pull downwards - slide the bulb out almost horizontally. Since these are halogen bulbs I cleaned them off with rubbibg alcohol. I also cleaned my fingers. Leaning over the stove top (this is a stove top microwave), gently replace each bulb. You'll need to feel your way to ensure the two wire connectors slide into their sockets. Once both are done, close the lens/bulb cover and replace the fastener screw. Read more...
CHARCOAL FILTER
$12.50
In Stock
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX16216937
Manufacturer Part Number
WB02X35687
Grease Filter
$18.91
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX3506741
Manufacturer Part Number
WB02X11534
This is a genuine OEM replacement grease filter for your over-the-range microwave. This part is located underneath the microwave and is designed to trap grease, preventing it from making its way into the vent. This part can become overly clogged or damaged over time. To remove your old grease filter, use the filters tab to slide it over and then pull it down and out. Insert your new filter into the back of the frame slot and then press upward to secure it into place. Keep in mind that some microwaves only require one filter, but some require two. This grease filter is sold individually and measures approximately 7 inches by 7 inches.
FUSE
$10.60
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX1481237
Manufacturer Part Number
WB27X10928
This ceramic microwave fuse is just over an inch in length. It is white in the center, and metal on both ends. This is a 20-amp fuse, and is used to power your microwave. If the touch pad on the microwave becomes unresponsive, the microwave produces little to no heat, or the appliance simply does not turn on, it could mean that your fuse is at fault and needs to be replaced. Because this part contains an electrical charge, remember to disconnect power to the microwave unit before you begin this repair. NOTE: Before you start this repair, ensure that the microwave is unplugged, and the capacitor is discharged. A capacitor stores large amounts of electricity even after your microwave is unplugged.
Fixes these symptoms
  • No heat
  • Touchpad does not respond
  • Won’t turn on
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Installation Instructions

Richard from Milwaukee, WI
Microwave was totally "dead".
This microwave is positioned above the stove and under a cabinet. The fuse can be replaced by leaving the microwave intact. First, unplug the unit. Use a phillips screwdriver to remove the outer exhaust vent cover. On the right (next to the clock) remove a 2nd metal cover (about 2" x 4"). Use a flashlight and look into this cavity right behind the clock. You will see the fuse. Reaching the fuse presents a problem as most hands are too large. However, I was able to remove the old fuse and insert a new one with a pliers. Be careful in 2 respects. First, make a foil tray and place it below the fuse. In case you drop the fuse, you can catch it. Second, grip the fuse firmly, but not hard so as to avoid breakage. Replace the metal cover and the vent cover and plug in the unit. BINGO, it works! Read more...
Microwave Charcoal Filter
$23.78
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX3510489
Manufacturer Part Number
WB02X11536
The charcoal filter helps to remove the cooking odors from the air circulating through your microwave vent. Please note that your model may have two different types of filters, a charcoal and a grease filter, and that they serve different purposes and are found in different places on your microwave. The grease filter is found on the underside of the microwave, and the charcoal filters are made to fit above the microwave behind the vent grill. Then genuine OEM part measures approximately 6-1/4 inches by 4 inches. It is recommended to replace the charcoal filter every six months to ensure it keeps up with the removal of cooking odors.
GREASE FILTER
$8.56
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12749195
Manufacturer Part Number
WB02X35491
Halogen Lamp - 50W
$21.70
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX2339783
Manufacturer Part Number
WB08X10057
Lamp also known as light bulb. Sold individually.
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Installation Instructions

Julian from Davis, CA
Old lamps blew out.
Replaced lamps. Only tricky aspect is working space is tight and socket is difficult to keep in view as you try to get lamp in. Need to have area well illuminated, try to line bulb prongs up well before pushing in. Bulb needs to be pushed in pretty firmly but prongs are liable to get bent if not lined up properly. Read more...
Thermostat
$20.34
In Stock
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX3530468
Manufacturer Part Number
6930W1A003X
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t open after self cleaning cycle
  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
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Installation Instructions

William from Mechanicsburg, PA
Microwave would run a few seconds then quit
Removed cover and control panel. Discovered the thermostat had a burned connection. Removed thermostat and replaced. Small issue with new thermostat which is version 2. Both leads were large and while the previous thermostat had one small lead and the other large. I had to expand one of the connectors, cut the plastic sleeve and secure with electrical tape. The switches went in very easily and everything went back together without any problems. Read more...
Light Bulb - 40W
$37.81
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX8767095
Manufacturer Part Number
WB25X10030
This is a genuine OEM 40-watt light bulb for your microwave. The bulb is used inside the microwave and lights up when the door is open or when operating. The bulb can also be found underneath the microwave and is used to illuminate the cooktop below. If any of these bulbs have burned out, they should be replaced. Please be sure to disconnect the power supply to your microwave before replacing the bulbs and be mindful of the glass. If the bulb has shattered, protective gloves should be worn.

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