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Kitchenaid KBMS1454sss-1 digital display only partially works

Micro works but you have to guess on what it is doint since the numerical display is only partially working.

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Most often when a MW oven will not go, it is to do with the Magnetron and or the High voltage Diode breaking down under load, and or the power supply.
The absence of any indication of power also indicates a problem with the internal power supply, either the fault, has caused the power supply's protection circuitry to shut it down, or the fault has caused the Power Supply to fail as well. It's not really possible to tell until one actually investigates inside the unit.
MW's are very dangerous to service and these especially are best left to the professionals.
You need to contact the KitchenAid head or local office, and ask for a referral to an authorised service center, now when here, ask for a 'Quote" for the repair before allowing any repair work to proceed. this way you can make an informed decision as to repair or replace, as with many repairs, it can all quickly add up.

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