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Sharp R-7E53(w)M display module

The display brightness has become progressively dimmer and now no longer works at all.
Is a new display module available or do you know which chip to change?
Any other possible causes?
The microwave and grill/ convection oven still work ok.
It's an old model I know, but I am an electronics engineer and can change a module or chip safely.

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  • tractioniste Oct 08, 2008

    Dear docjohn174



    Thanks for your input. Do you know if the clock module for Sharp R-7E53 is available, if so from whom?

    I have looked on various spares wbsites but have not seen the clock module listed.



    Many thanks,

    Tractioniste

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Hi thanks for the question. no you cant buy just the chip . the whole clock has to be replaced. sorry. the appliance doc

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

  • john gagnon
    john gagnon Oct 08, 2008

    here is the clockhopes this helps

  • john gagnon
    john gagnon Oct 08, 2008

    HI .yes they do go to repair clinic and go to stoves. enter the model# and find the clock thanks the appliance doc

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