Question about Kenmore 63672 Convection/Microwave Oven
I actually couldn't find my model number from your list. I have a Microwave Hood Combination, with a listing of three model numbers: 665.61652/665.61654/665.61659. The microwave was working fine, now it won't heat at all. When I push one of the buttons that starts automatically, such as the popcorn button, the sensor starts then cuts off and displays F3H on the display. What does that mean? I would like to know if this is repairable or do I need to replace the microwave. Thank you, Glenda Jacoby
That code means a defective sensor, and the "H" probably means it's the humidity sensor. The sensor can be replaced, but you do need to find your exact model number. It would be on a tag on the back of the oven or maybe along the door or door frame. If you or a friend want to do it yourself, you can find affordable parts here: http://tinyurl.com/gv383 Otherwise, you can call Sears service.
Posted on Jan 30, 2007
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And...... if you can find a number on the actual timer assy other than the timer motor, there are still many of these mechanical timers out there deep in the parts supply shelves. I would bet your could still find this timer pretty close to home in a local Appliance repair shop.
Just a note on older appliance parts (+25 years) .... sometimes the cost of replacement parts is far more than the unit cost new.
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