With the door closed the mirowave sounds like it is on, only its not. The sound goes away when the door is open, could it be the fan ? If it's the fan, which switch do i need to replace ? Thanks
Answer T, It may not require parts at all, You may need to adjust the door switch/latch assembly. and or replace a "monitor"switch 5304440026. You will need to remove the control panel to access the latch and switch assembly, so make sure you unplug the power cord, and do not reach inside the compartment until you discharge the capacitor.
Regarding your response: "Hello JK. The cover AP3774427 is number 19 in the diagram. You will need to remove it to access and replace the door switches AP2148482. Hope this helps." Removing the "wrap cover", AP3774427, did not provide access to the switches as the "partition", AP3774526, blocks access and it cant be remove from the unit as there is no clearance to get it out.
Answer Hi JK. Sorry about the issue. You may have better of a time to remove the front upper grill screws and remove the grill. Then you will remove the center screw above the control panel # 27. Then lift up and out on the face of the panel sides. Then remove a green wire that is screwed down on the back side of the panel mount. Make notation of the electrical connectors as to where they are connected to the board specifically. Take a cell phone picture if needed. After you have this control unhooked, set it aside , protected so it does not get scratched. This will allow you to open the door and see the side screws that mount the door latch switch body that encases the switch in question. Part # 37. You need to remove the side screws from the side area / opening where the control panel came off. The switch will be "hooked" in place by 2 clips. It will have a stud that holds one corner hole centered as you reinsert the new switch. Carefully pry the switch out of the mount body. The fuse in the kit will go into a black fuse holder or a white one. I hope this helps to clarify it better. Thank You.