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Phillips whirpool v i p 27 microwave has stopped, the small little board in the oven (could be filter) is clogged through years of use is it possible to replace this or get this model repaired

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Can you post a photo of the board?

Any filters should be shown in your manual.

Posted on May 09, 2008

  • William Miller
    William Miller May 09, 2008

    Sorry - I meant to post that as a clarification request, not a solution.

    Can you post a photo of this board?

    Any filters should be shown in your manual.

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