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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When I took mine apart, I had to unscrew all the screws on the pegboard, then there are some screws along the midsection on both sides. Other than that, there weren't any cables or anything to be leary of. It was really pretty easy. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
SOURCE: No vedeo on T30 LCD
That has happened to each of my T30s, 3 times altogether. Drop or jolt damages the mobo. I've tried swapping parts (incl. LCD) between machines to no avail. The only fix was to replace the mobo, and that worked every time. BTW, shining a flashlight at the LCD, you can barely see an image, but it's there. But the problem is the mobo, not LCD, not inverter card, not LCD ribbon cable.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
Yes, there is a trick. This is a ZIF or zero insertion force connector. When you removed it you probably just pulled hard enough that it let the connector slide out [ :( don't do that next time though ]
There is an excellent "video" of a ZIF connector here at the bottom of the page.
Otherwise look carefully at the connector and see how the connector is divided. It should be two pieces that either slide together/apart or one part flips up and snaps back down.
BE CAREFUL THOUGH! These connectors are very easy to damage/destroy. If you are doing the correct thing to open the connector is should take very little force.
Once you've got the connector open - stick the cable end back in it and close the connector and your keyboard should be working again.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: Maytag MMV1153BAW
This is the stirrer cover. It is important. It is to keep food particles and grease out of the stirrer and waveguide area.
If grease or food particles build up, they can arc, which will cause burn damage to the cover, stirrer, chassis, and/or magnetron.
If you have any arcing, you should remove it for cleaning. Be careful of sharp edges.
The stirrer's job is to stir the microwaves to ensure even heating, even when a turntable is not present or not used.
You can usually find helpful exploded view diagrams and order parts by entering your full model number here: http://tinyurl.com/gv383
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Posted on May 09, 2008
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