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    • Part Number: AP3967200
    • MFG Part Number: W10117908
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My microwave has stopped heating. The power is still on and the clock is working it just will not warm the food. Any suggestions???

Angela for Model Number mh1160xss-0 Serial TRT 50 10883

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While changing out the handle on my microwave I cracked the inner frame liner. It goes back together OK, but I wondered if it may cause a problem?

Michael G for Model Number khms145kss

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I changed my door handle out and the latch did not seem to catch. When I was working on the latch (with a needle nose pliers and power on) I blew a circuit breaker, when I turned it back on I did not have power to the microwave. I guess I blew a fuse also. Which fuse did I blow and where is it located?

Michael G. for Model Number khms145kss

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I also changed a bulb without first unplugging the unit. Big spark and now the whole MW is dead. This spark did not trip any household breakers. What internal fuse would I need replacing? Thanks in advance.

Tom for Model Number YGH5184XPB-0

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Just to be clean, a follow up set of question: Everything on the Whirlpool microwave works except the light. The beeps work for the light button but no light (tried two new bulbs). So by shorting out the light socket I blew out something on the board that sends juice to the light socket??? The only way to have the light work again is by replacing the whole board?

Ted M. for Model Number MH1140XM3

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In replacing the bulb in the range light (the glass had become separated from the socket) I was dumb enough to try to get the socket out using plyers without unplugging the unit. Now the light only does not work (the button beeps, but no light) so I am sure it is the blown fuse. Can I get to the fuse block without unmounting the unit from the wall? What is the best way to get into where the fuse block is? Thanks.

Ted M. for Model Number MH1140XMB-3

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The left bulb went out. I bought a new one and it is still out. Could it be a fuse or the receptacle ?

Randy for Model Number GH5184XPT-0

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I was replacing the bulb under the microwave and when I inserted the bulb it sparked and blew the bulb out. The microwave did not come back on only the clock and timer work. Which fuse would or could possibly need to be replaced

Cindy B. for Model Number MH1140XMQ3

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Were is the fuse located on this model?

Marlene for Model Number MHEI4XMB-O

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Is the block-fuse a fuse or is it what holds the fuse? Thank you.

Tammy for Model Number mh117oxsb3

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