Sorry to bother you. I was just wondering what ever happened with your microwave from this thread: http://www.fixya.com/support/t244852-samsung_over_range_microwave Ours is still having the same error.
handle broke off and the Samsung company has no replacement part - NONE. There is not even a factory making it at this time and none in storage.I have been waiting since March 29,2008,heard from them 3 times,but no solution or microwave.
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Dec 7, 2012 - Uploaded by eric hatch
I had pretty much decided to throw it away since the cost to fix it by a ... Fixing a broken Samsung Microwave ...
Sorry but the -se- error code from the manual means:
An error of the oven may cause
low performance and problems
in safety. Stop using the oven
Call local SAMSUNG service
Look for the 1-800 number on the back and give them a call.
Maybe Just Lucky; I removed the front cover above the door by removing the two screws on top of micro. Then I removed the screw above the controll panel and carefully lifted off the panel. I checked all wire connections while plugged in and the SE code changed to 0. I reset the clock and put the panels back on. Done Loose Wire
I have the same "SE" problem. After reading this thread here, I realise it's likely the keypad problem, which explains the microwave's behaviour (no key was working). So there were two possibilities. (1)keypad failure and (2) bad connection. Obviously the easiest thing I could start with is to clean the connection. So I first take the cover off. Behind the keypad is a circuit board. In addition to a few connections between the circuit board and other parts of the microwave, there is a ribbon connecting the keypad to the circuit board. Loose the plastic on the connection, pull the ribbon out from the socket. I then used spirit to clean the exposed copper connections. Put every thing back to place. Voila, it's working again and we have been living happily ever after.....