Where is located the sensor if you can tell me what #is in the microwave?
To replace the sensor you will need to remove the cabinet from installation. Once removed you will need to remove the cabinet of the unit. On the top near the center of the unit is where the sensor will be located.
Got the unit up working just fine for a few days. Now a little problem, when punching the auto beverage button the unit completes its cycle, but it shorts sometimes and doesn't completely heat the coffee. Out of 5 times this morning, it timed out correctly once with hot coffee. I now am relying on punching a designated time in to complete the heat-up. Could this be a problem with this auto sensor? And is there a way to test it?
Answer Hi Art. Is the keypad (no longer available) and the control board part # 8183726 accepting the commands properly? Are there any fault codes? Humidity Sensor: 1. Remove the 3-pin connector from PCBA (P2). NOTE: Do not remove the attached resistor which is used for internal resistance calibration.2. Measure resistance across pins 1 & 3 (ohmmeter scale: Rx1k):- Normal: 2.8k ohms (approx.)
at 25°±10°C (77°±18°F) - Abnormal: Infinite3. Measure resistance across pins 2 & 3 (ohmmeter scale: Rx1k):- Normal: 2.8k ohms (approx.)
at 25°±10°C (77°±18°F) - Abnormal: Infinite. Sensor part # 8206446. Thank You.
Ventilation fan humms when blower is off. Fan runs ok on all 4 speeds.
What could be the problem?
Answer Hello Marlon. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the door switches W10211974 are bad and will need to be replaced. You will need to test and see which ones are bad. NC to COM should read closed and NO to COM should read open. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html