I have an over the stove microwave(about 3 years old) that works fine except when it gets too hot from the stove below. It then starts to beep and will continue that until we disconnect power.
What would cause this?
Answer Hello Al. This does not sounds like a heat issue, but more of a moisture issue from the stove. Try running the vent on the microwave while cooking and see if the issue quits. If so, it is moisture causing the issue.
Some of my lights on the clock are out. What is the part number an how do I change it?
Answer Hello Greg. W10124269 is the clock assembly. 1. Unplug microwave oven or disconnect
2. Remove the microwave oven from its
3. Remove the eleven T10 Torx screws from
the top cover of the microwave.
4. Lift the back of the cover, slide the spring
tab out of the control panel slot, and remove
the cover. 5. CAUTION: Discharge the high voltage
capacitor using a 20,000 O resistor from the terminals to
chassis ground. 6. Disconnect the six ribbon cables from the
user interface board connectors. 7. Unclip the user interface board from the
holder and remove it from the unit. Remove the two T20 Torx screws from the
user interface board holder and remove
the holder from the subpanel. Remove the four T20 Torx screws (two on
each side) from the control panel assembly
and remove the assembly from the
unit. Place the control panel on a padded work
surface. To remove the display, press out on the
four holder clips, and pull the display out of
the holder. Reinstall in reverse order. Hope this helps.