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Viking service manuals and parts

Can any direct me to a site for detailed schematics or service refs for Viking appliances? The main Viking site only has the non-informative user guides that do not have a parts list. Also, I can't find any online Viking parts sites. Please, any leads welcome. Dave

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Re: Viking service manuals and parts

You can see thier contact information and find a local servicer (who may also sell parts) here: By phone: "If you wish to speak to a customer service representative please call us at 1-888-VIKING1 (1-888-845-4641), then press 1."

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Hi, I'm the guy who gave who the service manual link and the long, very detailed answer that covered just about everything that can make a microwave "dead".

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