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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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William from Mechanicsburg, PA
Microwave would run a few seconds then quitRemoved 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...
Fuse Time Delay
Fix Number FIX3522741
Manufacturer Part Number 3B74133KThis Fuse protects the microwave from damage by shutting off the microwave if there's a power surge. High-voltage capacitors can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is unplugged, a service technician should install this part.
Fixes these symptoms
- Won’t turn on
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Neal from Arlington, VA
Microwave suddenly cut out and showed no powerUnplug the microwave and move it to where there is room to work from all sides. Remove the outer cover screws using a phillips screwdriver on the sides and a torx screw driver on the rear. Slide the cover back slightly before lifting straight off.The fuse is inside a plastic clip case on the top of the right hand (looking from the front of the Microwave.) The fuse case on mine is was yellow. Take care not to touch any other parts there is a large capacitor below this wire and it could give a good jolt. Remove the dead fuse and install the new one. Close everything doing reverse steps as above. Make sure that there are no gaps in the case it needs to engage a clip at the lower edge on both right and left sides. Takes about 15 minutes start to finish. Read more...
Light Bulb - 120V 30W
Fix Number FIX3530415
Manufacturer Part Number 6912W1Z004B
Tom from Georgetown, GA
Transformer went bad along with magnatronRemove 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...
Burner Knob - Stainless Steel
Fix Number FIX7321756
Manufacturer Part Number AEZ73453509Sold individually. This knob accepts a D-shaped shaft.
Fix Number FIX3527525
Manufacturer Part Number 5230W1A011BThis 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.
GRACE from CAMARILLO, CA
All greasy filterI 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...
Fix Number FIX3524148
Manufacturer Part Number 4900W1A001BThis metal vent damper door closes off the exhaust duct when the fan is not running to stop outside air from entering the microwave unit, and opens when the fan turns on to allow air to vent away from the microwave. This vent damper door measures approximately 10 inches long x 3 inches wide and fits LG microwaves.
Air Duct Bracket
Fix Number FIX3523851
Manufacturer Part Number 4810W1A151AThis 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.