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Siemens HF87950GB/03 do you have a schematic diagram for siemens hf87950gb/03 or info on th wirewound resistor on the top left back of the oven

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SOURCE: Siemens HF87950GB /03

If the display is dim and another problem is denoted on the dim display, the problem may be the power supply which may be in common with both items. The power may have surged to a high level before going out which could have damaged the power supply. The only way to know is to probe the power supply with a voltmeter. If the board doesn't show the power levels, usually +5V or +/- 12 V DC, read the values on the electrolytic capacitors on the board. Usually 16 V caps are used on 12 or 5 volt supplies, 32 V caps on 24 V supplies, etc. Be very careful or leave this to a profesional

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SOURCE: my Siemens HF87950GB inner glass panel broke

This is a problem that at least a few others have experienced with your microwave and may be the subject of a recall although I could find nothing on their website.
I would definitely go to Siemens first as this definitely sounds like a manufacturers defect. Even if they have not publicly stated this in a recall, they likely know it is happening and may fix it (even out of warranty) if you push. ConsumerReports.org may be interested... I would talk to them if you don't get any satisfaction from Siemens.
Otherwise, the glass should be standard tempered glass that a local glass shop can get if you bring the door to them, or just a sample of the broken glass (for thickness) along with the internal dimensions of the glass.
Make sure that the metal mesh/screen remains in place and is not damaged, as this is what prevents the microwaves from escaping the cooking chamber.
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Siemens Service # 1-866-447-4363

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My Siemens HF87950GB inner glass panel broke during cooking, do I need to replace the whole microwave oven or just the glass or the door? where I should I go to get a replacement? Thank you!


This is a problem that at least a few others have experienced with your microwave and may be the subject of a recall although I could find nothing on their website.
I would definitely go to Siemens first as this definitely sounds like a manufacturers defect. Even if they have not publicly stated this in a recall, they likely know it is happening and may fix it (even out of warranty) if you push. ConsumerReports.org may be interested... I would talk to them if you don't get any satisfaction from Siemens.
Otherwise, the glass should be standard tempered glass that a local glass shop can get if you bring the door to them, or just a sample of the broken glass (for thickness) along with the internal dimensions of the glass.
Make sure that the metal mesh/screen remains in place and is not damaged, as this is what prevents the microwaves from escaping the cooking chamber.
Siemens Customer Support Website
Siemens Service # 1-866-447-4363

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Glass door for a Siemens microwave hf 879


I've the same problem. Inside glass broke while heating.

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Our microwave oven turns on but makes a loud vibrating sound and does not seem to heat anything put in it. Does this sound like the tube that just went bad??


In all likelihood the mangnetron has failed, or perhaps even the Power Supply. or a fault that is shutting the system down for safety reasons You need to have it serviced by a reputable service centre/man. Ensure you get a firm "Quote" before proceeding, and remember these days the cost of repair can equal or exceed the price of a new one.

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HF87960GB Need to change lightbulb,how? Cant seem to locate it can anybody help please, Tony


on the top of the oven there is a plate with 2 hex screws, just undo these and your see a bulb and BINGO!

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Microwave door does not shut tightly


If your oven door has gotten bent or warped (maybe you rested something heavy on it…), you need to remove the door, disassemble it, and straighten it. You can lift most oven doors off of their hinges by opening the door several inches to its first "stop," and lifting the entire door straight up.

If the hinges have become worn, damaged, or bent, you probably need to replace them. We recommend replacing both hinges at the same time, to prevent uneven wear of the undamaged hinge.

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Siemens HF 87960 GB Microwave/Combo Oven


Please, Can somebody tell me where can I get one of this oven??? Thanks Andy

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Siemens HF87950GB /03


If the display is dim and another problem is denoted on the dim display, the problem may be the power supply which may be in common with both items. The power may have surged to a high level before going out which could have damaged the power supply. The only way to know is to probe the power supply with a voltmeter. If the board doesn't show the power levels, usually +5V or +/- 12 V DC, read the values on the electrolytic capacitors on the board. Usually 16 V caps are used on 12 or 5 volt supplies, 32 V caps on 24 V supplies, etc. Be very careful or leave this to a profesional

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