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Circut Board Replacement

Is this something I can do myself? I have quite a bit of do it yourself experience but not much with electronics.

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  • aussiemic711 Jan 19, 2009

    I do not have the luxuary of having a qualified service person repair the appliance as I said I live in Mexico and there are no Whirlpool service people here that will work on Microwave Ovens. Is it something I could do my self with guidance from a professional?

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I would Definately have a Pro repair this Board. There are Numerous Things that could go wrong that would need Immediate Attention at the Time.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 19, 2009

    Yes if you can Locate the Parts for the Repair. There are a Number of Places on the Net to find Parts. Check Radio Shack First.

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