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From my understanding your Frigidaire microwave continues to run and when you press the second key your turntable will turn. This sounds like a potential issue with your keypad or control panel. I would recommend performing a reset on your microwave and you can do that by disconnecting power from it for at least ten minutes. This will help clear out any miscommunications within your microwave. If that does not correct your issue I would suggest seeking assistance from a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. This will help you avoid any unnecessary part purchases. Hopefully this is helpful. -Matt
Your owner's manual should show how. No manual, try manualslib.com
My old sears microwave light bulb is in the upper front left hand with bulb top up and socket down but behind a screen. There are screws to remove the upper fan apparatus, which appears to make the side available to extract the bulb. Probably a very special bulb, so I would get one before going to that trouble. It might also be the switch that is bad rather than the bulb. That probably requires removing the outer surrounding cover.
I experienced the same problem. The solution was easy, for me at least. Remove the door. pry loose the plastic liner that covers the inside of door. remove the four screws that hold the glass unit in place. You will find rattling around inside a spring about an inch long and a broken plastic piece about an inch and a half tall. On my unit the plastic piece was still hanging on by a thread which gave me a clear understanding of how the door latch is supposed to work. Remove the plastic latch unit which is designed to slide on the two posts about three eights of on inch distance under the pressure of the spring. Problem is loss of spring induced pressure.
The repair: ( I used my bandsaw to do this) fashion a piece of wood with indentations that correspond to the plastic ribs enabling the wood to sit perfectly into the space. Drill a hole at the point where the inch and a half "anchor post" broke off and insert a dowel of same length. I carved a shallow indentation for the spring, pressed the spring on with needle nose pliers, replaced the sliding latch mechanism, attached other end of spring to the latch. I drilled into the exterior plastic door frame and installed a flat head screw to hold the wood repair piece solidly in place. Re-install pieces removed earlier and you have a happy, functioning Frigidaire gallery micro at your service. Took an hour.
Spark module part no 7 at parts diagram it may be wet and by using a hair dryer or leave it unplug for some days can dry out and stop. If not then the electric contacts are stuck and need a new spark module
the white wire from the stove top goes to the green wire or nuteural, the red and black go to the hot wires I had the white wire from the stove top going to the hot wire and I had the same problem as you. am lucky I did not burn up my motor.