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Fix Number FIX12713651
Manufacturer Part Number 5230W1A012E
Sold individually.
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Booker T. from Antelope, CA
grease Filter was worn out
Slid the item into the fitted slot
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Light Bulb - 120V 30W
Fix Number FIX3530415
Manufacturer Part Number 6912W1Z004B
Installation Instructions
Tom from Georgetown, GA
Transformer went bad along with magnatron
Remove microwave from cabinet. Remove all outer housing screws, lift cover out of way good time to clean entire microwave. Take picture of wiring .Disconnect wiring from magnatron , capacitor and transformer.remove screws from parts and lift out of microwave. Use extreme caution with capacitor as it holds a deadly charge ! Re install new parts refer to picture to re wire! Install outer cover new grease filters and install in cabinet. Project time was 1 hour with assistant. Read more...
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Charcoal Filter
Fix Number FIX3527523
Manufacturer Part Number 5230W1A003A
This is an authentic LG charcoal filter for your microwave, sourced directly from the manufacturer. It is designed to remove odors from the air that circulate through your microwave vent. It measures approximately 11 inches in length, and 2.5 inches in width.
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Glass Cooking Tray
Fix Number FIX3517413
Manufacturer Part Number 1B71961H
This tray rotates in your microwave ensuring more even temperatures.
Installation Instructions
William from Missouri City, TX
Broken glass tray
Open package place in place and done.
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Vent Grille - Black
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Fix Number FIX3535252
Manufacturer Part Number MDX61912701
If the vent grille for your microwave has become broken or damaged, this is a genuine OEM replacement part. The vent grille is made of black plastic and measures approximately 24 inches long and 3.5 inches wide. Depending on your model of microwave, the vent grille may be found either above or below the door. This part is used to allow the microwave to vent while it is running. Common reasons you may need to replace this part is if the mounting brackets have broken, or the vent grille itself has cracked or become discolored.
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Installation Instructions
Raymond from Naperville, IL
The vent grille tab for the retaining screw broke.
Remove the retaining screw for the vent grille and then remove the vent grille just as needs to be done to replace the charcoal filter. Replace the filter if needed and then slide on the new vent grille and secure it with the retaining screw. Read more...
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Air Duct Bracket
Fix Number FIX3523851
Manufacturer Part Number 4810W1A151A
This bracket holds the metal or plastic flapper that closes off the exhaust duct when the fan is not running and opens when the fan turns on. If the exhaust fan on your microwave does not appear to be working, the problem may be with the damper assembly. If the damper does not open and close easily, check for any damage to the bracket, and replace if it is damaged or faulty. This genuine OEM exhaust damper measures approximately 12 inches long by 5 inches wide.
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Fix Number FIX12713650
Manufacturer Part Number 5230W1A011E
This is the replacement charcoal filter for your microwave. It is approximately 8 inches by 5 inches. The charcoal filter removes cooking odors from the air that circulate through the microwave vent. You will likely need to replace the charcoal filter if you notice any damage to it, or if it has been in your microwave for a long time. This part is sold individually and is an authentic OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
Installation Instructions
All greasy filter
I replace Charcoal filter by removing 4 screws on top microwave grille, remove it and i slid out the old filter and place the new one. The grease filters it took less than one minute to replace both. Read more...
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Fix Number FIX3529034
Manufacturer Part Number 6324W1A001L
This magnetron in your microwave creates the radiation needed for cooking or warming your food. It is located inside the main cavity, typically near the transformer or waveguide. When the magnetron becomes defective, your food may not heat up properly or heat up at all. Additionally, buzzing or humming sounds may be noticeable while the microwave is in operation. With a malfunctioning magnetron, your microwave loses its primary function. To remove it, you first need to unplug your microwave from its outlet. Before touching any components, discharge the capacitor by placing a screwdriver, with an insulated handle, across the two terminals of the capacitor. Once the capacitor is discharged, replace the current magnetron by disconnecting it from any wires and removing any mounting screws or clips. This magnetron is sold individually and is supplied directly from the original equipment manufacturer.
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Installation Instructions
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 FIX16746541
Manufacturer Part Number MJS47373304
This tray rotates in your microwave ensuring more even temperatures.
Installation Instructions
Grill across the top of the microwave
Locate and remove the two screws on the top of the old grill. Remove the old grill, install the new grill making sure that the three locking tabs across the bottom click in place. Install the two screws on the top and you're finished. Start to finish about 5 minutes. Read more...
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Capacitor,High Voltage
Fix Number FIX3517241
Manufacturer Part Number 0CZZW1H004B
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Installation Instructions
Justin from Shelby, NC
Blowing 20amp fuse on start up
Unplug microwave from power source. Remove cover, made sure old capacitor was discharge by bleeding down terminals with 1Kohm ceramic resister to earth ground on microwave power supply. Used insulated pliers and shorted across terminals. Checked new capacitor made sure it was showing correct uf with multimeter, not all meters will check uf of capacitors, Reinstalled new capacitor and bleeder diode. Replace cover. Read more...

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