Question about Sharp R-930AK Convection/Microwave Oven
We were given a Sharp Carousel Grill 2 Convection microwave and we need basic instructions on how to use it.
Best way short of Sharp is Google the model number of the unit with "manual" to try to locate free one online.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I NEED A MANUAL FOR
I was looking for a manual for the oven, finally found someone to talk to from Sharp Co.
He did not have a manual but had me try some of the buttons on the front of the oven.
Some, in fact most, of them do not work. It was the convection part of the oven that I wanted to use because I am alone and do not always want to heat the oven for just one small something.
I am afraid it has been stored too long and would cost more to have it fixed.
Thanks for the e-mail.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
SOURCE: Sharp Carousel Model R-9H56
Check that the plastic connector from your motor to the turn table is not broken , mine broke and it took weeks to solve the problem. Try rotating the part that protrude into the oven. If you can turn it by hand it is broken, lucky cheap to replace
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
first thing I would suggest is a hard reset. Unplug the unit for a
minute or so. Then plug it back in, set the clock and try again.
If that doesn't work, leave it unplugged for maybe an hour.
Then let us know if the hard reset does not fix it.
You may have a bad keypad.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2008
There are a couple of safety thermostats in the oven to shut down power if something overheats. One is on the magnetron tube (the microwave source), the other is on the cooking cavity. These sometimes go bad. There's also a power line fuse that may have failed, or become loose in its mounting clips. These can be tested with an ohmmeter; they should all measure very close to zero ohms if they're good.
Another possibility is that the control circuit board in the oven may have failed. I have worked on several Sharp ovens where the power transformer for the board has gone bad for no good reason. If the board goes bad the oven may appear to be dead as well.
Microwave servicing is best left to professionals. If you're thinking of keeping this one, take it to a service shop (or call for home service) and get an estimate. Then decide whether to repair or replace.
Hope this has helped a little. Thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you. I will check it out and then decide whether to repair or replace."
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