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$32.36
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Secondary Door Switch
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Fix Number FIX237421
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X829
Fixes these symptoms
  • Doesn’t shut off
  • No heat
  • Touchpad does not respond
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Installation Instructions
James from Stockton, CA
With microwave door open, microwave was on and running.
I unplugged the cord from wall outlet, so I would not get shocked. I unscrewed the two screws from above the door, and took off the bracket. Then, above the buttons was one screw holding it to the microwave. Remove screw and pull up on the buttons piece, and it comes lose. I let it hang. I unscrewed the door switches bracket (2 screws) and it came lose. I took The secondary door switch and monitor switch (look at both switches very carefully, there is a difference, where the wires attach to the switches.) are on the bottom(middle,and bottom.) and put back together in reverse order. All done! If by chance you open the door and turn table does not work. Replace the fuse behind the button piece. It works!!! All done Read more...
$21.40
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Light Bulb - 40W 130V
Fix Number FIX247209
Manufacturer Part Number WB36X10003
This light bulb is a 40 watt, 130-volt clear appliance light bulb for your microwave. It is sold individually.
Installation Instructions
Mary Ann from Wyomissing, PA
Light bulbs broke off inside socket. Tried to screw bulb ot and the sockets broke into pieces
Turn off electricity and pull plug from appliance. Remove 5 or six screws from the bottom panel of appliance. This allows you easy access to remove bulbs and sockets. Remove the two screws from the sockets and remove the wires clipped into the sockets. remove damaged sockets and bulbs if both need to be replaced. Insert wires onto new parts and place back into unit.Replace bottom panel and your repair is complete. Thank you for the parts and helpful instructions from you customers. Made the repair really easy. Read more...
$8.91
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FUSE
Fix Number FIX1481237
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10928
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...
$12.58
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Halogen Light Bulb
Fix Number FIX651484
Manufacturer Part Number WB36X10213
This is a single OEM light bulb that brightens the surface beneath the microwave or the inside part of the microwave. This 120 volt and 20 watt light bulb gives off a soft white light, and has a clear glass bulb with a pin-base. This bulb can be replaced by first disconnecting the power, removing the screw from the side of the light compartment cover, unscrewing the bulb (making sure it has had time to cool off), and screwing in the replacement bulb by hand. These instructions can vary depending on your model.
$30.20
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Monitor Door Switch
Fix Number FIX237422
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X830
Fixes these symptoms
  • Doesn’t shut off
  • No heat
  • Won’t turn on
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Installation Instructions
James from Stockton, CA
With microwave door open, microwave was on and running.
I unplugged the cord from wall outlet, so I would not get shocked. I unscrewed the two screws from above the door, and took off the bracket. Then, above the buttons was one screw holding it to the microwave. Remove screw and pull up on the buttons piece, and it comes lose. I let it hang. I unscrewed the door switches bracket (2 screws) and it came lose. I took The secondary door switch and monitor switch (look at both switches very carefully, there is a difference, where the wires attach to the switches.) are on the bottom(middle,and bottom.) and put back together in reverse order. All done! If by chance you open the door and turn table does not work. Replace the fuse behind the button piece. It works!!! All done Read more...
$14.35
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Glass Light Lens
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Fix Number FIX247275
Manufacturer Part Number WB36X10071
Installation Instructions
Annie from Nashville, TN
Broken glass lens cover for microwave surface light
Removed the one screw from the glass frame. Glass frame will drop down. Opened the prongs holding the broken glass lens just enough to remove the broken one, replaced with new glass lens cover and pressed the prongs down gently enough to hold glass lens in place, then just screwed the frame back in place. Very easy. Took me less than 5 minutes. Read more...
$40.07
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Primary Door Interlock Switch
Fix Number FIX237015
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X10047
This interlock switch is located in the door latch.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Doesn’t shut off
  • No heat
  • Tray won’t turn
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Installation Instructions
Ridley from Riverside, CA
After setting time & closing door, oven would not heat or rotate
I unplugged the oven first then removed microwave cover by removing screws, so I could get at the Primary Door Interlock Switch. I used a screw driver to push down on the front of the part so it would rotate on the pin going through it & then I lifted it off & pulled off the 2 wire connectors with a pliers. Things went pretty smooth, but I busted up the old switch pulling it out. The oven works fine now. Read more...
$17.13
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Grease Filter
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.
$60.30
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Drive Motor
Fix Number FIX237772
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10038
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave and accepts a D-shaped shaft.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Ernest from Kannapolis, NC
Turntable noisy and not completing turning
Removed7 screws, dropped the under panel down. Removed 2 screws holding the turntable motor and unplugged the wiring harness - 2 leads. Reversed the process - works great. Read more...
$19.58
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Light Socket - 250V 75W
Fix Number FIX230544
Manufacturer Part Number WB08X10016
Light bulb not included.
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
Mary Ann from Wyomissing, PA
Light bulbs broke off inside socket. Tried to screw bulb ot and the sockets broke into pieces
Turn off electricity and pull plug from appliance. Remove 5 or six screws from the bottom panel of appliance. This allows you easy access to remove bulbs and sockets. Remove the two screws from the sockets and remove the wires clipped into the sockets. remove damaged sockets and bulbs if both need to be replaced. Insert wires onto new parts and place back into unit.Replace bottom panel and your repair is complete. Thank you for the parts and helpful instructions from you customers. Made the repair really easy. Read more...

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