Question about Microwave Ovens
Generally u remove the grill at top to get to top screws that hold on touch pad. Then other screws from sides or bottom or it may just lift out and up.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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In most cases if the pads are not working it must be replaced, some times the carbon tracks that are worn out can be repaired temporarily.The only way possible to see if the touch pads are working is to test the voltage of the control pads when it contacts. The input of the Microprocessor should be checked for the pad control inpulse to come in. If there is no trigger voltage to the mP this can be the control pad problem.
The mP must be checked for the working voltage and also the frequency oscillation at the crystal leads. If so the mP is working with a suspected control pads which is not able to set the program or timing.
There is no way but to remove the sticker pad and replace, One difficult way to have a chance is to remove the carbon sticker pads and check continuity , You can use a carbon pen to line the tracks so that the multimeter reads a continuity. With this you can have a temporary fix
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