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This not good! from your description the problem is in the keypad controller, on the back of the keypad is a circuit board that contains the microprocessor and additional parts that control vital areas of the microwave oven. The leak has penetrated the vital areas where the electronics are housed, I suggest you replace the microwave oven because the cost will probably more than what a new one will run.
We see (and repair) this
a lot. The problem is on the control panel, which
we regularly repair nationwide by mail for $39.95 postpaid in about a
our Web site, you can get details of our service, plus we have a video
available showing how to remove a typical
over the range control panel assembly in under 5 minutes.
This light failure often
occurs when a bulb goes out and the filament
shorts, or when the bulbs are removed or installed without first
unplugging the oven from the power line. Either can cause such a
failure on the controller.
This can often also
affect the exhaust fan operation, too. The lights and fan can be
inoperable or stuck on too.
Feel free to contact me directly (and please remind me of your
full model number) for more information & help.
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