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How do I get out of demo mode/


  • Push the "Clock" key underneath the "Warm" key on the control panel three times.

  • Check that the display shows the time, then program the microwave to cook food as desired.


  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7262577_cancel-mode-panasonic-microwave-c994s.html

    Apr 17, 2015 | Panasonic Genius Prestige Over-the-Range...

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    My microwave keypad wont work the light is on and the reading says please touch clock and set time of dry


    SEE THIS CAUSES AND FIX IT. God bless you
    Touchpad and Control Panel If the microwave buttons don't work the touchpad and control panel assembly are probably defective.

    Touchpad If the microwave buttons don't work the touchpad might be at fault. Generally speaking, if the display is working and some of the buttons respond correctly but some don't, the problem is with the touchpad.
    ser Control and Display Board If the microwave buttons don't work the main control board is most likely defective and will need to be replaced.

    Main Control Board If the microwave buttons don't work the main control board is most likely defective and will need to be replaced.

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    Oct 01, 2012 | Kenmore 80809 Microwave Oven

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    HELLO. I HAVE A GE MICROWAVE MOD JE1860WB. THE MONITOR READ "F3" CODE. WHAT IS THAT?


    Hello,
    The F3 code means that the Key panel also called touch pad is shorted. This code usually comes up when when the Microwave detects the shorted panel continuously for over 60seconds.

    To correct this error, you have to Replace the key panel also called the touch pad.

    Thanks.

    Sep 14, 2011 | GE JE1860 Microwave Oven

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    Where is the fuse located in a GE Spacemaker II microwave model number J EM824_ _ _ ? I can't read the rest of the model number.


    If the microwave control panel doesn't light up, then your fuse is blown. unplug the microwave. unscrew the vent grill, (2) screws at the top of the microwave. then you should see 1 screw holding the control panel. after removing that screw, gently push up then out. there should be a metal plate on top of the control panel. remove that plate and the fuse will be in that opening. remove the fuse and check for continuity across the fuse. Replace fuse and microwave should begin working.

    Feb 09, 2011 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

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    When microwave is turned on the light in the kitchen gets really bright, but the light in the dining room goes dime, and also have a fan in dining room area plugged in recept and it slow down almost to a...


    Main power ground some where between the outside line and the meter.
    Have a electrician to check for you if you are not familiar with millimeter and electricity. Danger !!!!
    Not all electrician are smart. Some might ask you to replace this and that...?

    Good luck

    Mai Lor

    May 11, 2017 | Samsung MW5351G Microwave Oven

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    Ge microwave works intermittent, when not working display reads F-3 and key pad does not respond


    This code will occur if a shorted key panel is detected continuously over 60 seconds. Replace key panel (also called touch pad).

    Sep 22, 2009 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

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    Microwave runs but doesn't heat


    If there is no noise at all, this suggests that the power transformer isn`t receiving power from the timer/control panel. If you do hear a little buzz when you operate the microwave, The timer/control panel is operating, However It could be a few things which if you are confident enough to tackle, could be sorted by you but bear in mind that microwave ovens can store a lethal amount of voltage which can kill, about 2000 volts for a year or so. Possible causes of your fault are the Magnetron, Power transformer, Capacitor, Diode or even the control panel that provides power for the power transformer if you don`t hear the buzz. Have you got a meter?? Yes? Switch it to X10 ohms. Next, Unplug from the power socket and remove the casing, discharge the high voltage capacitor with a pair of well insulated snipe nosed pliers covered in a thick dry towel. Next, place the meter leads between the capacitor where the thick lead enters, and the casing of the oven. Does the meter read anything? No? You need to find out if the transformer is receiving power from the timer/control panel. If it is, the Magnetron will be US or the heater supply is missing to the magnetron. If the meter reads, The diode/capacitor or magnetron is short circuit. Disconnect the thick leads which are connected to the capacitor, Check for leakage across the capacitor again, Yes? Magnetron OK. Some diodes are built into the capacitor. On models where the diode is visible, (A black device going from the capacitor to a screw holding it to the casing), either unscrew the screw or disconnect the connector on the capacitor, now read the capacitor connector, if OK, no reading, Diode US, If there is a reading, the capacitor is US. If there`s still no reading, read the lead which you removed from the capacitor which goes to the Magnetron, If it reads, the Magnetron is Short Circuit. To check the heater, connect your meter across the two connectors on the magnetron, If it reads, the heaters are OK, read across the two wires that you revoved from the magnetron, if it reads, the Transformer is OK, if not, a new Transformer is reqiured. If not, they are O/C, New magnetron required. I hope this helps, Ian

    Jun 09, 2009 | GE JVM1420 Microwave Oven

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    Dim Display Panel on Sharp Convection/Microwave R-1851


    its a common problem with the sharp microwaves. the control pcb needs to be replaced. it should come with the clock attached to it.

    Mar 13, 2009 | Sharp Microwave Ovens

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    Panasonic Microwave


    the error code H98 refers to the heating filament on the magnetron, unless you are confident I would not progress further

    Feb 18, 2009 | Microwave Ovens

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