Dear Sirs, I purchased a Sharp Carousel Convection Oven. Model R-9h54.
Power output 850 w Serial no: 930701206 (Made in Japan) around 1986
The unit has served me well for over 20 years and I hope it can serve me for another 20 years. I have a problem with the touch pad assembly could you supply me with this touch pad unit. I am quite capable of replacing defective part myself.
I have resided in the Philippines for the last 15 years but I am unable to locate the spare parts here in the Philippines. Sharp Philippines are unable to locate this part. The unit is still like new so I don't want to go to the expense of purchasing a new unit.
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I was looking for a manual for the oven, finally found someone to talk to from Sharp Co. He did not have a manual but had me try some of the buttons on the front of the oven. Some, in fact most, of them do not work. It was the convection part of the oven that I wanted to use because I am alone and do not always want to heat the oven for just one small something. I am afraid it has been stored too long and would cost more to have it fixed.
The question is... Do you want to put money on a 18year MW, or put it towards a new one? I must admit I love the SHARP Combo MW Convection ovens. I own two. One is almost 25years old. The mechanical Timer Type, but they work great and I can maintain them with 30years ef exrerience. I am now retired.
It does sound like the Magnetronhas broken down, however it could be other things in the Secondary (High Voltage Side). The High Voltage Side is made up of the Secondary HV side of the High Voltage Transformer, A High Voltage Diode, a High Voltage Capacitor, and the Magnetron. The High Voltage Side is DANGEROUS, and CAUTION should be taken to protect yourself against EXTREME HIGH VOLTAGE. unplug from power and DISCHARGE High Voltage Capaciton to frame GROUND before touching anything!!!!