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Kenmore built in microwave - f9 error

I have replace all three door latch switches after receiving the f9 code.  Had the problem a couple of years ago and that fixed it.  Not so this time, still runs til time :53 and shuts off.  No heat for those few seconds or turn-table movement.  Thanks for your help.

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The model you have it listed under does not have any f codes. But I have run into this before so I think I know what you have. Double check the primary switch, this the top switch. You should have a white and/or yellow wire on the terminal marked NO and a blue and/or pink wire on the terminal marked C.

The F9 code is an inverter failure code. The tech manual gives next to nothing about trouble shooting for it. It basicly says replace inverter, if that doesn't fix the problem, replace control. However, since you also have no turntable operation this tells me there probably is a problem with the primary switch because the inverter and turntable both go to neutral through this switch and nothing else.  If you have a volt/ohm meter, you should have continuity through this switch when the door is closed and no continuity when it is open.

If you need more help, post back with the complete model number and I will try to walk you through it.

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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    Michael Lindley Oct 17, 2007

    Wanted to follow up on your microwave problem and see what you found.



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F9 is indeed a door switch error.

 

I would suspect that if the switches are good, a couple of wires may be reversed on them, or maybe one of the door switch mounts is broken.

 

There may be a wiring diagram in the oven, either pasted to the cover, or folded and stored behind the control panel.

 

If you can supply the actual model number (not 636xx, etc.) I can try to find a wiring diagram.

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