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Light Bulb - 40W
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Fix Number FIX2376034
Manufacturer Part Number 8206232A
To access the exterior lightbulb, the bottom panel of the microwave will need to be removed. It is secured in place with screws, so will require a Philips screwdriver to remove it. Screw the new light bulb directly into the light socket. If this is the first time you have replaced this light bulb, the old light bulb might be held in place with silicone. This silicone will need to be cut off using either a utility knife or dental floss before removing the light bulb. Once this silicone and old bulb has been removed, the replacement bulb can be screwed in its place.
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Mark from North East, PA
Bulb burnt out
Removed the screw holding the bulb cover replaced the bulb. Reinstalled the cover and screw. Remove dirty grease filter replaced with new grease filter. Read more...
$60.75
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Glass Cooking Tray
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Fix Number FIX373741
Manufacturer Part Number 4393799
This is a glass cooking tray for your microwave. It is just over 12 inches in diameter. It has 3 partial circles to connect to the turntable driver found underneath. This tray will hold your food and rotate when your microwave is on. You will need to replace this part if it is cracked, chipped, or broken, because that could prevent it from rotating. If your tray is not turning your food will not cook evenly.
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John from Menifee, CA
tray was broken
replaced the tray in about 20 seconds Read more...
$43.83
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DAMPER
Fix Number FIX11728088
Manufacturer Part Number W10843943
This assembly includes the damper door and frame.
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$33.00
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RING-TURN
Fix Number FIX12584163
Manufacturer Part Number W11252182
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RICHARD from ROUND LAKE, IL
lost cooking tray and ring turn
open microwave door, place turn ring then place glass cooking tray on and done Read more...
$12.92
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Fuse
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Fix Number FIX1960938
Manufacturer Part Number W10138793
This part protects the microwave by shutting it off if there is an electrical surge.
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$65.05
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Door Interlock Switch Kit
Fix Number FIX373050
Manufacturer Part Number 4392027
This kit contains 2 switches - 15 Amp - 125/250 Volt with 3/16" terminals.
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  • Doesn’t shut off
  • No heat
  • Won’t turn on
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Installation Instructions
Robert from Boynton Beach, FL
Microwave would start, but would not heat.
I took off the screws on the Control Panel--one on the top and two on the bottom. Since the Control Panel was attached to several wires, I supported it on a box--that I placed on the stove top--so as not to stretch the wires. Here is where I got a little nervous. The next thing I saw was a plastic divider that covered everything behind the Control Panel. Removed the screw (on the left side of the Microwave opening) that was holding the panel. Once this panel was removed I was able to see the plastic housing that held the door switches. I removed the two screws holding the housing in place, and maneuvered it out of the "niche" it was in behind the door frame. Got really nervous here. The switches were tightly housed in the plastic unit.The plastic elements around the switches CAN be manipulated-- TAKE YOUR TIME--allowing you to eventually slide the switch out and disconnect it from the attached wires. When replacing the switches pay attention to where the wire connections are on the old switches so you can do the same with the new switches. In my case, the switches I removed had one post on each, and the new switches had two posts. Not a problem. Just use the same "post" that was used in the old switch. Since I didn't know which switch was bad, I replaced both the top and bottom switches. Once done, I simply backtracked everything I had done and reassembled the unit. And, YES, the Microwave is working again. The task looks more daunting then it really is . Take your time. Read more...
$39.38
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Microwave Door Interlock Switch
Fix Number FIX2361111
Manufacturer Part Number W10269458
This door interlock switch is for microwaves. Door interlock switch prevents the microwave from starting when the door is open. Because the microwave shielding and interlock switches must be properly tested following the door interlock switch replacement, a service technician should install this part.
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  • Doesn’t shut off
  • Door not closing properly
  • Won’t turn on
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Installation Instructions
Steven from Fremont, CA
Circuit breaker and internal fuse blew upon opening door
Un-mount from cabinets. Remove top & side cabinet (single piece). Internal fuse is immediately accessible in High Voltage compartment (top). Interlock switches are mounted to a single assembly at the door latch. A single screw removes the entire assembly. I found it very difficult to remove the old switches from the interlock latch without breaking tabs on the latch, so, I purchased both switches AND a new interlock. Take pictures of the wire connections to the original installation before removing wires for reference when you re-install. Note that the failure of the fuse and circuit breaker worked in this situation as the fuse popped as I opened the microwave door. The microwave was NOT operating nor was the fan at the moment the fuse popped. A fuse which pops while the microwave is cooking is LIKELY NOT the interlock switches! Read more...
$14.25
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Charcoal Filter
Fix Number FIX1871363
Manufacturer Part Number 8206230A
This is a charcoal filter for an over-the-range microwave. It is designed to absorb grease before making its way into the vent, which could cause damage or build-up. It also helps to reduce odors while cooking on the stove top. If you notice the exhaust fan of your microwave is not functioning properly, it is likely the filter that needs to be replaced. To ensure it is working at peak performance it should be replaced every 6 months. This part is located inside the intake grille, which will need to be unscrewed and removed to reveal the filter. It is sold individually and measures approximately 5-inches by 5.375-inches. It is sourced directly from the manufacturer, ensuring it will be the correct fit for your model.
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Newton from Brunswick, OH
Old vent grille cracked
Removed the two screws from the old vent grille and then removed the old vent grille.Since the old vent grille was off I removed the charcoal filter. Replace the old charcoal filter with a new charcoal filter it slide in place ( no screws ) and put the new grille vent in place and screwed it down. Read more...
$17.21
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Grease Filter
Fix Number FIX364628
Manufacturer Part Number 4358853
Sold individually. This metallic vent hood filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking.
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Mark from Lewisville, TX
replace filters
Removed the old ones (made sure of the right orientation) and put in the new ones. Read more...
$31.88
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Grease Filter
Fix Number FIX1847969
Manufacturer Part Number 6802A
This is a grease filter for your microwave and microwave/range hood combination. If your exhaust fan is not circulating air properly, your grease filter will need to be replaced. This part sucks dirt and debris from the air while you are cooking, keeping the air in your kitchen clean. A dirty or old filter will affect the efficiency of your microwave, and could change the taste or smell of your food. We recommend changing these filters every 6-8 months, depending on usage. This part is made of aluminum and is about 13.5 inches long by roughly 6 inches wide. If there is visible damage to the filter replace it right away.
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Installation Instructions
CHERYL from McHENRY,, IL
(2)-Repairs: Replaced Grill Vent, & replaced both 'grease' & 'charcoal filters
Grill vent: Cleaned area 1st. / Grill vent snapped in, and screwed in (2) screws. "Easy does it"! (otherwise you'll break the thin plastic tabs on top of the grill vent.) / Top of vent has (4) screws, so I put a touch of red fingernail polish on the (2) screws that hold grill vent in place, to identify which screws to remove-when I want to clean the inside again. / The grease filters slide out by pulling L-to-R & R-to-L. / The old charcoal filters are removed by pushing filter to REAR of unit, with front of filter dropping down to remove. Replace by doing the same thing to install the new filters. Read more...

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