Question about Microwave Ovens
Microwaves can be very dangerous, even FATAL to work on if you are not a qualified technician, and even then I know of problems, it may not be the advice you're looking for, but with the price of a new microwave, versus the price of parts and the time and danger involved if not qualified, you may want to really consider replacing it, or having a qualified technician look at it, that being said, you can probably see a schematic and order parts from Sears Parts Direct website. I hope this helps, please give a fixya rating if it does
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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