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So I'm really sorry to tell you this, but this is the worst error you can get on this built in microwave oven combo. There is no way to test which component is bad and even technicians hate to see this error because without testing Kitchen Aid has provided a flow chart which basically states to:
1. Turn the circuit breaker off and Un-install the oven and remove the top panel of the oven and the left side panel. Check all wire connections and make sure everything is secure. Turn the circuit breaker back on to see if the error still exists and if so, proceed to the next step.
2. Replace the program manager (this is the control board on the left side of the unit which you can see when the left side panel is removed... of course the oven also has to be installed for this).
3. Replace the interface control boards for both the microwave and the oven. This is the display board on the control panel for the microwave and oven.
4. Replace the oven wiring harness.
So as you can see, with all these steps, there's really no "testing" that can be done, just replace this part, replace that part, etc until the problem is resolved. I'm really sorry you've ran into this problem and un-installing a built in oven/microwave unit is not easy to do anything at all as I'm sure you can assume.
Posted on Feb 25, 2020
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