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Microwave does not heat but all other components work, i.e, lights, timer, etc.


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is the heart of the microwave oven and produces the RF energy that is required to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).



2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:


searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com


Repairclinic.com is another great website for parts, and has part illustrations/photographs, but does not have the exploded view to show how the appliance is assembled.


NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.



3. The magnetron replacement cost will depend upon the MODEL NUMBER and generally costs between $100 and $200.



Use your appliance model number and review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to identify and locate parts, and to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.


If you have any questions, please post back with your complete MODEL NUMBER and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

Aug 03, 2011 | Kenmore 63252 Microwave Oven

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Microwave light is on and plate is rotating but no heat


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is the heart of the microwave oven and produces the RF energy that is required to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).



2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:


searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com


Repairclinic.com is another great website for parts, and has part illustrations/photographs, but does not have the exploded view to show how the appliance is assembled.


NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.



3. The magnetron replacement cost will depend upon the MODEL NUMBER and generally costs between $100 and $200.



Use your appliance model number and review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to identify and locate parts, and to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.


If you have any questions, please post back with your MODEL NUMBER and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

Jun 23, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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Will not heat anything, plate spins, some unusual noise from the machine. machine 10+ years old, worth repairing or replace?


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is the heart of the microwave oven and produces the RF energy that is required to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).



2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:


searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com


Repairclinic.com is another great website for parts, and has part illustrations/photographs, but does not have the exploded view to show how the appliance is assembled.


NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.



3. The magnetron replacement cost will depend upon the MODEL NUMBER and generally costs around $100. In your case (if the model number is correct) the magnetron may be closer to $200.


4. Some model microwave ovens have a thermal cut-out (TCO) associated with the magentron circuit, and/or oven cavity. If these small thermostats trip, they usually render the ENTIRE oven inoperable. The lights would not work and the carousel would not turn. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven (if equipped) and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $25. I would recommend you check any fuses associated with the oven before assuming the magnetron has failed.


NOTE: In the model you have listed, here is a list of components you may want to check (refer to the parts diagrams listed at the websites provided):



Item 1 Magnetron part# W10131681 (not an inexpensive part)
Item 5 Thermal Cut-Out part# 4158368*
Item 15 Thermostat part# 815076*

*I would recommend checking the Magnetron TCO and Thermostat, first. These parts are fairly inexpensive and may cause the symptoms you're experiencing. If these components don't solve the problem, then you probably have a blown Magnetron. HOWEVER: The unsual noise you are experiencing leads me to believe the magentron has failed.


Use your appliance model number and review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to identify and locate parts, and to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.



If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

Jun 23, 2011 | Whirlpool GH7155XHS Microwave Oven

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Everything works on my ge jvm2070 microwave oven but it will not heat anything up


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is the heart of the microwave oven and produces the RF energy that is required to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).



2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:


searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com


Repairclinic.com is another great website for parts, and has part illustrations/photographs, but does not have the exploded view to show how the appliance is assembled.


NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.



3. The magnetron replacement cost will depend upon the MODEL NUMBER and generally costs around $100.


4. Some model microwave ovens have a thermal cut-out (TCO) associated with the magentron circuit, and/or oven cavity. If these small thermostats trip, they usually render the ENTIRE oven inoperable. The lights would not work and the carousel would not turn. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven (if equipped) and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $10. I would recommend you check any fuses associated with the oven before assuming the magnetron has failed.
NOTE: In the model you have listed, here is a list of components you may want to check (refer to the parts diagrams listed at the websites provided):
Item 88 Magnetron part# WB27X10735
Item 90 Thermal Cut-Out part# WB27X10166*
Item 111 Thermostat part# WB27X10195*

*I would recommend checking the Magnetron TCO and Thermostat, first. These parts are fairly inexpensive and are more likely to cause the symptoms you're experiencing. If these components don't solve the problem, then you probably have a blown Magnetron.


Use your appliance model number and review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to identify and locate parts, and to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.



If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

May 03, 2011 | GE JVM2070 Microwave Oven

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The display and keypad are working, but it will not heat anything. The inside light comes on, as does the interior fan, but nothing gets hot.


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is the heart of the microwave oven and produces the RF energy that is required to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).



2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:


searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com
appliancepartspros.com


Repairclinic.com is another great website for parts, and has part illustrations/photographs, but does not have the exploded view to show how the appliance is assembled.


NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.



3. The magnetron replacement cost will depend upon the MODEL NUMBER and generally costs around $100.


4. Some model microwave ovens have a thermal cut-out (TCO) associated with the magentron circuit, and/or oven cavity. If these small thermostats trip, they usually render the ENTIRE oven inoperable. The lights would not work and the carousel would not turn. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven (if equipped) and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $10. I would recommend you check any fuses associated with the oven before assuming the magnetron has failed.


Use your appliance model number and review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to identify and locate parts, and to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.



If you have any questions, please post back with your complete MODEL NUMBER and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

Apr 27, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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15 year old sharp carousel built in microwave, model #R5A53, has quit heating. Everything else is working fine.


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is essentially, the heart of the oven that produces the RF energy that is used to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).

2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:

searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com appliancepartspros.com
NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.

3. The magnetron replacement part number for the model you have listed is 505137 and is listed as item 1-12 in the parts index. It costs about $100.
4. This model also has a thermperature fuse, listed as item 1-10 that can also cause the same symptoms if blown. The fuse is essentially a thermostat acts as a fuse if the oven cavity overheats. The part number is 46-1518457-3. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $10. I would recommend you check all fuse associated with the oven before assuming the magnetron has failed.
Review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.

If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.



CAUTION: DO NOT operate a microwave oven with the exterior cover off. The voltage inside the High Voltage network where the magnetron is installed can exceed 3,000 volts!

Dec 26, 2010 | Sharp R-510HW Microwave Oven

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My microwave suddenly stopped heating. . .what could be the problem?


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is essentially, the heart of the oven that produces the RF energy that is used to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).

2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:

searspartsdirect.com
pcappliancerepair.com appliancepartspros.com
NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.

3. The magnetron replacement part number for the model you have listed is WB27X10305. The average cost is about $80.
NOTE: I found the part listed for the best price at appliancepartspros.com at a cost of $76. This model also has a thermostat (bi-metal) that if tripped, will also cause the oven not to heat. The thermostat acts as a fuse if the magnetron overheats. The part number is WB27X10788. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $10.
Review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.

If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

CAUTION: DO NOT operate a microwave oven with the exterior cover off. The voltage inside the High Voltage network where the magnetron is installed can exceed 3,000 volts!

Dec 01, 2010 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

1 Answer

Why won't my Kenmore microwave model #721.63252301 heat?


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is most commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is essentially, the heart of the oven that produces the RF energy that is used to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).

2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron.
There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:
searspartsdirect.com pcappliancerepair.com appliancepartspros.com
NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.
3, The magnetron replacement part number for the model you have listed is 6324W1A001H. The average cost is about $42. NOTE: This model also has a thermostat that if tripped, may also cause the same symptoms. The thermostat acts as a fuse if the oven cavity overheats. The part number is 6930WRT002F. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $5.
Review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.
If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.
CAUTION: DO NOT operate a microwave oven with the exterior cover off. The voltage inside the High Voltage network where the magnetron is installed can exceed 3,000 volts!

Oct 18, 2010 | Kenmore 62622 Microwave Oven

1 Answer

When I put food in the oven, it doesnt get hot?


If everything works, but the microwave oven does not heat, this is commonly caused by a failed magnetron. The magnetron is essentially, the heart of the oven that produces the RF energy that is used to heat your food. In order to replace a defective magnetron, you will need to consider the following:

1. You will need to uninstall the oven from over the range in order to replace the part (you will need to do this anyway, if you decide to buy a replacement oven).

2. Ensure the oven is UNPLUGGED before servicing anything inside the cabinet and remove the exterior case in order to access the magnetron. There are several websites that you can use that illustrate how the oven is assembled:
searspartsdirect.com pcappliancerepair.com appliancepartspros.com
NOTE: If you've never repaired an appliance on your own before, a microwave oven is usually not a recommended appliance to start with. Some models can be rather involved in taking apart.
3, The magnetron replacement part number for the model you have listed is WB27X10305. The average cost is about $80. NOTE: I found the part listed for the best price at appliancepartspros.com at a cost of $76. This model also has a thermostat (bi-metal) that if tripped, will also cause the oven not to heat. The thermostat acts as a fuse if the magnetron overheats. The part number is WB27X10788. You will need to remove the thermostat from the oven and take a resistance check across the component terminals to determine if it is good or not. A low resistance reading indicates a good thermostat. An infinite reading, indicates a blown thermostat and needs to be replaced. The average replacement cost is about $10.
Review the parts illustrations at the recommended websites to see if this is something that you may be able easily take apart and reassemble.
If you have any questions, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.
CAUTION: DO NOT operate a microwave oven with the exterior cover off. The voltage inside the High Voltage network where the magnetron is installed can exceed 3,000 volts!

Oct 05, 2010 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

1 Answer

Broken oven switch, Magic Chef gas oven


http://panjiva.com/Manufacturers-Of?q=magic+chef+spare+parts
http://www.partselect.com/Magic-Chef-Parts.htm
It;s a global economy now, and you can order and buy spare parts from anywhere for anything. please use these links provided to source your part,and ship it back to the mother land, Aoteroa.
  1. Find the model number on the appliance to be repaired. Look for a gray or silver label on the appliance that lists the model number and serial number. If you cannot find the tag, check the locater featured on PartSelect.com. Click the link marked "Need help finding the model number on your magic chef appliance?" Then click on the type of appliance. The guide will show possible locations for the identification label, along with a sample label for visual reference. The URL is listed in the resources section below.

  2. Use the part number to make ordering simple. Look closely at the part you intend to replace. A part number will be printed or inscribed on any part that is large enough to display at least six digits.

  3. Order parts from appliance retailers. Call local USA appliance shops and ask if they sell parts. If so, get a price quote for your part and ask if it's in stock, or how soon it could arrive.

  4. Order from online parts dealers. Use your appliance model number and part description or part number to check online parts dealers for prices and ship times. PartSelect.com, RepairClinic.com and AppliancePartsPros.com all sell Magic Chef parts online. The Magic Chef website may also be able to provide needed parts. It also lists owners manuals, warranty information and installation instructions for their appliances (see Resources).

  5. Compare prices and order fulfillment times between local retailers and online dealers. Most online dealers will offer lower prices. A local dealer may have to wait for your part to ship from their supplier. The shipping time between local and online dealers may not vary.

Apr 27, 2010 | Magic Chef 9122 Gas Single Oven

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