Question about Sharp R-1850A Convection/Microwave Oven
I see its some time ago now that you posted this and perhaps you've fixed your micro already or replaced with a new one. I have the same Sharp r-967 microwave which had the same 59 second problem. I researched a bit online found the sevice manuals and tracked the problem down to be the damper motor. I managed to buy one online and replace it quite easily. There are some diagrams online when searching for this problem but for different sharp models where the damper is near the door fixings. Its not the case on r967, its behind the circuit board and easy to remove with a stubby screwdriver. You can find spares from this place. 5 minute job. The 59 second thing is likely to be the either the door switches or the damper motor. Switches are between £5-10. All mine were fine so didnt have to replace any. A quick voltmeter test can check them.
I paid £26 in delivery. Hope it helps if not too late!
Posted on May 17, 2011
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