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EE3 present error EE3 in display.

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Is your model number something like R22 or R24?

If so, "EE3" is "Magnetron (1) and (2) failure".

Most commonly this is caused by a bad door switch or door switch mount or a bad connection or bad relay on the circuit board.

We have a service manual for these models and have uploaded it to our site here to help you.

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Please reply back with your model number if you need more help.

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