Question about Washing Machines
Hello mk.. Contact a local store that carries this brand to see if parts are available. Also, if this microwave is over 3 years old consider replacing it for two reasons. First of all the new ones are much less money and secondly they use much less power. A new one will pay for itself during it's warranty period.
The problem with replacing parts is that the parts are difficult to locate and when you do, they are very pricey. Joe
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011
Hi, while these MW's were popular there was never many spare parts and bits for the case were almost non-existent for some models. Other were just impossible to find... :)
So I doubt that anyone would any longer stock these parts. but it may be worth a Google?
One way that you maybe able to obtain some parts would be to ask on Ebay, or as said prior, inquire via the 'net also don't forget chat rooms among like minded people.
Often with careful handling, covers, hatches and grills can often be rehabilitated with a gentle manipulation and a soft faced hammer, then a coat of paint, and often one can barely notice where the damage was, or I have even made "Patches" out of other bits of tin plate, aluminum, even plastic, as long as it fits, and looks good, it works.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1) Turn off power to the unit
2) Open the lower oven door
3) Remove the side trim screws and pull the trims down and out.
4) Remove 2 screws on the sides of the control panel.
5) Open the Microwave door. Remove the 3 screws on the Air Vent Plastic Cover on top of the microwave. You can then remove the Air Vent Cover by pushing the control panel up and pull out slightly at the bottom.
6) Remove the 4 screws on the Air Vent Plastic Cover on top of the lower oven and remove the Air Vent Cover. (You may have to remove the left under side bracket of the Microwave door temporarily just for the Air Vent Cover to clear the screw of the bracket. Re-secure the side bracket of the Microwave door panel as the front panel may fall)
7) Remove the 2 screws which held the Microwave unit in place behind the Air Vent Cover on step 6.
8) Wiggle the Microwave unit out about half way to expose the light bulb unit on top center
9) Wiring to the Control Panel will prevent you from pulling the Microwave unit out any further. And you don't want to do that as the unit may fall. Space is cramped, but working carefully with your fingers or pliers you should be able to release the springs which held down the light bulb unit and change the bulb.
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