Question about Microwave Ovens
Ensure the device is disconnected from any power source before taking any of it apart. The power button is held in by a little catch which can be accessed by a small hole between the button and the vacuum body. Even if you can find something that fits down the hole it will be difficult to clear the latch. Once the button is out there is a torx screw holding the actual switch and wires down. The wires all have spade fittings inside plastic sheathes. Ensure the device is disconnected from any power source before taking any of it apart.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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