Whirlpool Microwave Filters
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Fix Number FIX1871363
Manufacturer Part Number 8206230AThis 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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Fix Number FIX3650910
Manufacturer Part Number W10208631AThis is a single grease filter for a microwave. Most microwaves have two filters, the other one being the charcoal filter, which is a different filter, sold separately, and has different maintenance instructions. The grease filter prevents grease from making its way into the ventilating hood. If you notice grease has started to accumulate in this area, the grease filter should either be cleaned or replaced. When cleaning the grease filter, be sure to use mild soap and water as harmful chemicals can cause damage, and this should be repeated monthly. This filter is located on the underside of the microwave. To remove it, slide the filter away from the tab area and drop out the filter. To install your new filter, place the end of the filter into the opening opposite to the tab area, lift the other end, and slide it into the tab area until it is secure.
Fix Number FIX1847969
Manufacturer Part Number 6802AThis 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.
Fix Number FIX1957060
Manufacturer Part Number W10113040AMost microwaves require 2 grease filters. Sold individually.
Fix Number FIX8769987
Manufacturer Part Number W10535950INCLUDES ONE FILTER
Fix Number FIX1871362
Manufacturer Part Number 8206229AThis filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking. Sold individually.