Question about Microwave Ovens
You can try resetting the micorwave by unplugging it, waiting awhile then plugging it back in. However, considering it's age. It is probably worn out and repair would cost much more than a new mupdated microwave. They are very reasonable in price now.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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And...... if you can find a number on the actual timer assy other than the timer motor, there are still many of these mechanical timers out there deep in the parts supply shelves. I would bet your could still find this timer pretty close to home in a local Appliance repair shop.
Just a note on older appliance parts (+25 years) .... sometimes the cost of replacement parts is far more than the unit cost new.
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