Question about LG LRM1230W Microwave Oven
Hello, I usually get parts from a company called SERVALL. They have a Website,(SERVALL .com). They have been in business since 1929 and have Franchises so look in your local phonebook for nearby stores too! Before attempting to piecemeal repair you may want to see if the Manufactuer has replacement parts for this.
Sears has some easy-outs for broken bolts, some are for small sizes. If this shaft is permanently mounted in the case of your Microwave, the shaft may be part of the motor or embedded as a drivegear box. Unfortunately, when you drilled into the shaft you also pressed it into the collar.
You can try to Browser search by using the appliance name and model and add, illustrated, diagrams, shop manual, and so on for variations until you get a hit. It may be difficult to find the diagrams because people usually do not fix these themselves.
I hope my solutions include something very helpful and good-luck with this repair.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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