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I have Whirlpool amw 520 ix model and the Auto button is not working? I cant press the button

Only the auto button seems stuck

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The display driver is faulty. A replacement display board may still be available. Try www.espares.co.uk or a Philips Microwave dealer.

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The model number is just fine, it's AMW 502 ix.
Here you can find and buy the user manual - it has all you need in it
http://www.user-manuals.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=whirlpool%20amw%20520%20ix%20manual&forward=plist

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SOURCE: I have a 2 month old whirlpool built in microwave, model no amw 498 ix. An alarm has just started sounding about every 10 minutes and the display shows code 'ERR2'. There is nothing about this in the

try to disconnect the electricity and remove any metal objects colse to it or mobile phones and reconnect it back again and see what happens.

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