I've had my R-630D for 4 or 5 years now, so its served me well and I
really like the compact design. Today, the display (time, etc.)
went blank. It there an inexpensive solution or should I just buy
a new one? (The microwave itself still works fine.) If so, which
one would you recommend?
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Re: Sharp R-630D Display Problem
Usually switching off and removing plug for couple of minutes solves this problem if not then its going to need replacing as a resistor has probably gone on the display board unplug it then let me know what happens ok
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Ok then if the display is faint then the chances are its going to be the lcd display thats the problem as the display is working its just not lit up so replacing this will solve your problem but its not an easy job to do and is extremely dangerous microwaves are one of the riskiest things to work on as they give of radiation so breaking any seals can cause damage to anyone standing next to the microwavy.
The display is usually lit up showing the numbers but as you can see them faintly this tells us the circuit is okay and not shorting so its not anything drastic but replacing would be difficult.
If the inside is fine where the runners are then the chances are it would be worth getting repaired but if the paint has worn away or any rust is visible then the safest option is to replace it ok. Let me know if you need further assistance ok