Question about Microwave Ovens
It sounds like moisture has gotten into the controls. If it can be dried with a hair dryer or the sun, that might work.
I used to work on a lot of these about 20 years ago, and if it needs to be repaired, I truly doubt that it can be done. One would have to replace several capacitors, at the very least.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
F3 error in your GE microwave
means that the keypad/touchpad is bad and should be replaced. However, before
replacing it you can follow these step by step instructions to clean the
touchpad assembly and see if it works:
1) Unplug microwave
2) Remove two small screws from upper face plate
3) Remove screw on upper side of control panel
4) Life panel and pull out
5) Identify flat tape-like harness connecting circuit card to keypad
6) Wipe down harness with an all-purpose wipe
7) Use hairdryer to dry remaining leftover moisture
8) After this put the keypad back
if its not solved then replace it.
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