Rear side marker light goes out car when driving other lights work when driving
My problem is that all other lights work on the right side rear the right signal light work right rear brake light work but the right rear fog aux light does not work and the right side rear marker light don't work how do I change the bulb's on the lights
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Over the range Microwave are not the greatest range hood venting system. There is only one side that can remove the steam. Yes you have two filters, this is to make it look good to you. Usually the left side it the side that actually moves air. The right side it you look at it is full of electrical device to make the microwave operate. I hope I have given you so insight
My Panasonic Professional microwaves had a little door secured by a single phillips screw on the OUTSIDE of the cabinet on the right hand side. I don't see one on the side of an advertising picture, so look at the rear. I am a chef, so I have used a few :>)
It is indeed straightforward but it requires removing the 4 phillips head screws that hold the trim kit on. Then you need to remove it from the cabinet (along with unplugging the cord.) Once that is done you will need to remove the 4 black phillips head screws along the bottom part of each side, 2 phillips from the left rear and 2 security T20 screws from the right side. I found that removing the 2 screws holding the bracket on the capacitor and the front allowed me to move the light housing enough to get to the bulb. In my case the bulb had unscrewed itself. I am not a big fan of the engineering associated with this model or the labor that assembled it.
1 the obvious question.... have you tried a known working outlet. 2. Most likely the internal fuse has failed and must be replaced. You can access this fuse by removing 4 side panel screws, (2 on each side) and 6 rear chassis cover screws. BEFORE you start unplug the unit. Remove the 10 screws. Standing behind the unit, then lift the top cover slightly and pull toward you. the side guide tabs wil unlock and the cover will come free. Once the chassis open aviod the large capacitor as it can still ruin your day. Follow the power cord until you see the fuse block. Remove the fuse... obtain an EQUAL value replacement and install the new fuse. reinstall the cover making sure the side guide tabs interlock on the front sides of the chassis. Plug the unit in and see if you have any signs of power.... I.e light on with door open or control panel dispaly lights up. If you have visible signs of power places a coffee cup filled with water inside the microwave and see it it heats up. If it starts and then all the power goes off again you probably have a bad diode. If it works fine then your in luck.
We see (and repair) this a lot. The problem is on the control panel, which
we regularly repair nationwide by mail for $39.95 postpaid in about a week or so.
This light failure often occurs when a bulb goes out and the filament
shorts, or when the bulbs are removed or installed without first
unplugging the oven from the power line. Either can cause such a
failure on the controller.
This can often also affect the exhaust fan, cooling fan, turntable, and/or inside light operation, too.
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over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.
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That's made by Sharp and many of theirs (and other brands) require you to take the outer cover off to change the bulb.
Here's how: Unplug the oven first. That's rule one!
Remove all of the screws from the side and back of the outer wrapper / cover of the microwave. There are usually four on the rear edges and two on the bottom of the edges on each side of the cover.
The cover then should be slid slightly backward then up from the rear and it will slide off.
You may have to pat down on the sides to loosen it first. I use firm and simultaneous open-palmed slaps on both sides near the front, then pull it up and off.
It is possible that some voltage will remain on the high voltage capacitor and can be conducted via contact with wires, connectors and components connected to it. If you stay away from all the wiring in the right rear (as you're looking at the front door) it should not be a problem. Unless there is a problem, the voltage should actually not be present.
If you and the work area are clean and dry, and you only touch the light bulb while the cover is off, there should be no problem.
Change the bulb. It may be held in with a bit of clear tape, too, so take a look at the socket first.
When putting it back on, be careful that the inside front edges of the cover catch properly in the slots in the chassis.
Good luck and be safe! Make sure it is unplugged!