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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nov 22, 2007. I also had the 3 second shut off problem with my G/E 1650 MWO. Read all the above and tried them all. Finally I just took a 8" x 8" piece of Reynolds Wrap Aluminum foil and but it in an zip lock bag and placed it behind the control panel. It's been working for 2 weeks now. Just take out the 2 screws that hold the vent across the front right above the door. Next on the right side is one screw, take it out and then gently lift the control panel (panel with the buttons) about 1/2" and it will fold out and stay there. put the zip lock bag inside. Close it back up. I'd test it before replacing all the screws. You don't need to un-plug anything. Just don't stick your fingers on all the exposed parts...Mine works great now and didn't cost $0.10.
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
SOURCE: Sumsung MU3250W shut down
The problem is your magnetron tube is leaking RF. The mag tube comes on 2-3 seconds after you hit start, and the RF interfears with the board and shuts it down. Drop the front of the control panel down and watch, it wont happen.. Get a new mag tube put in and you'll be good to go.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
SOURCE: Samsung MU3250W Shut down
It could have been steam or humidity.
If this is an over the range model, be sure you always use the hood vent exhaust fan when you're cooking on the stove top.
Whether it's a counter top or over the range top, always be aware that the cooling fan is running when it's cooking.
When in doubt feel for air flow through the vents.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
SOURCE: My keypad is also dead.
No, but as with all electronic items faulty ones typically show themselves up during the first few months of use.
You've probably just been one of the unlucky ones.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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