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DO NOT use this microwave in the current condition it is in- please! Although microwaves do not emit ionizing radiation, it does emit non-ionizing radiation and electromagnetic fields- and there is a lot of research studies being done possibly linking microwave exposure to cancer.
If your microwave is in that bad a shape, bring it to an authorized microwave repair shop or junk it and buy a new one.
For replacement parts, repair videos, and manuals: http://www.lg.com/us/support/parts-accessories
"F2" means you have a shorting
membrane keypad. If and when an oven is coming on or doing anything by
itself, this is very dangerous and can result in a fire.
So until it is repaired,
please leave it unplugged or leave the door
open when it's not in use, and of course one should never leave a microwave unattended while cooking.
On KHMS155LS-series models, the membrane keypad is not
available as a separate part, so you would have to order the "control
panel frame assembly" which comes with a new keypad.
In this case, you simply
move your circuit board into the new frame. That is a simple do-it-yourself
job. You can find
helpful exploded view diagrams and order parts by entering your full
model number from the tag on the oven here. At
our Web site, we have a video
available showing how to remove a typical
over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.
Then you unplug the keypad (as per the photo below) and move the circuit board into your frame.
Some connectors on the relays may have a lock:
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Got the same problem. Still inquiring but I might have found a solution here : http://midwestapplianceparts.com/microwave-parts-537/whirlpool-microwave-parts-648/microwave-door-panel-663/whirlpool-microwave-door-panel-w-glass-4212.html $79 for the panel only
You can order separate panels for the door as opposed to whole door, assuming they are still available. We have
the service / repair manuals for this model and have uploaded them to our
site here and here to help you.
They will give you safety info, step by step help in disassembly, troubleshooting tips, and part numbers.
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You can order parts from Encompass hereor you can call them toll-free at 866-779-5835.
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Check what other appliances are on your circuit. What goes off when the breaker is tripped. You may need to relocate the microwave to a different circuit. Try to stay away from the refrigerator or AC circuits.
You need to use the entire correct model number at their site, but you can find a helpful exploded view PDF diagram by searching for "Repair Part" at the GE parts site:
Normally you can separate the door panels without removing the door. I've included a diagram from a Sharp model that might help.
If you do have to remove the door, you have to be sure you reinstall it exactly where and how it was, or you may get microwave leakage.
You should definititely mark the locations of all the hardware before disassembly.