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Touch number pads that reflect the time of day (1:45 would be 1, 4, 5).
On some newer models, indicate AM or PM for morning or evening.
Press CLOCK or START to lock in the time.
If you prefer not to display the time:
Disconnect the power for 30 seconds. After restoring power, do not set the clock. If your model has an ON/OFF clock display, you can choose not to have the time displayed. To choose this option, press the 0 pad for about three seconds. To Turn the display back on, press the 0 again.
usually when you kill the power and then when you put power back on the machine works it's the computer board that's bad.all you're doing is resetting the board just like your house computer,if something happens to it you shut it down and reboot it,that's what you're doing with the micro wave just rebooting the board.here's the funny thing about micro waves sometimes the part you're gonna change is almost the same price as a new micro wave so i would first check how much the board is,i went on sears and they have the board for 115.00 repair clinic for 235 part number WPW10216347 they don't make this model anymore but you can get a stainless micro for around 290 to 300 dollars and if you buy the same brand all you should have to do is remove the bolts up above that hold it in place and remove the micro wave and the same brand should mount the same way so you won't have to drill new holes or replace the back metal panel.if i were you i would replace the unit instead of the board repair clinic shows most of the parts for this model out of stock so it might be a while before you can get any parts for this model but this is up to you.good luck with your micro wave.one more thing when you were in there did you see alot of grease,this is usually the cause of no heat,the grease from cooking on the stove top gets into the micro wave and on the mag tube and damages it,if there was grease in there i would just replace the unit
hello there: to set the time on you're micro wave you will need to push the clock button and use you're number pad to enter the time and once you have got the time set properly you will need to press the clock button again.... hope this helps you out sincerely D.Jones
After spending 25 minutes on hold while LG try to find out how their own product sets the clock, I now know that the LG MS1949G Microwave open does NOT have the ability to set a clock that shows the time of day.
No most likely the little angel didn't ruin it. Remove the cabinet and you will find a 10 to 15 amp fuse connected in line with where the power cord comes into the back of the microwave. Be careful that you make sure power is off and be careful you don't touch the capacitor it could be charged. But the fuse just usually snaps in.