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I have a panasonic microwave nn-t695sf and pop out dial button doesn't set anything when it is rolled, can I replace that button, will that solve the issue?

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You may have a sticky door switch. Try a simple "slamming" of the door, don't over do it, just a little harder than normal. This may help pop the plunger in the switch back up. The switch could have also become loose and moved out of its adjustment.
If this does not help, a technician should save you time and money with this sometimes perplexing problem.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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