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MPR21510 (P1140312N) Amana Microwave - Overview

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$3.50

Light Bulb - 40W

The 40W lightbulb is found in the interior of your microwave, which will need to be replaced if you have noticed the light is no longer coming on after opening the door. The light ...

$21.68

Rectifier

The rectifier (also known as a diode) provides the microwave with energy to cook food. If your appliance is not producing heat or not turning on it could be due to the breakdown of the rectifier. This part works with microwaves, microwave oven combos, and wall ovens. This is one of the most common parts to fail over time in a microwave. This part is just under 3-1/2 inches in length. It is a genuine OEM part that is shipped right from the manufacturer. Make sure to use the proper precautions before attempting this repair. Ensure the appliance is unplugged.

$159.57

Magnetron

$8.66

Speed Nut

This speed nut is designed for your refrigerator/freezer. The part is approximately 1/2 inch in length and 1/2 inch in width. This part is made of black plastic and has a round hole in the middle that is approximately 1/4 inch in diameter. This part is sold individually. This speed nut is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.

Grease Filter

This metallic grease/air filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking. This filter is also removable for cleaning.

HANDLE (BLK)

$24.35

SWITCH- PR

$27.40

SWITCH- MI

A micro switch, also known as a miniature snap action switch, is used in ovens and microwaves. This is used to change the direction of power, from on to off. The switch uses a spring to open and close the connections inside of it. This part should quickly switch power direction, but if your switch is defective, damaged, or broken, it will not work properly. In this case, it is best to replace the switch. Make sure to unplug your appliance from the power source before beginning this installation project. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions and guidance.

$6.60

Fuse

$27.84

BLOCK-FUSE

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Burned out light bulbs in microwave hood stove

  • Customer: Herbert from Norton, MA
  • Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
  • Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
  • 18 of 23 people found this instruction helpful
I had some difficulty removing the glass plate because of the awkward (upside down) position of the screw that retained it. After replacing the burned out bulbs and replacig the glass plate the problem of replacing the screw involved my dropping the thing several times before I got the screw threads to catch. I got a screw thread to catch enough to hold th... read more

burned out bulb

  • Customer: john from plainfield, IL
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
  • 19 of 26 people found this instruction helpful
removed two screws,lowered the glass shield,removed the burned out bulb and replaced it with the new one. I ordered the bulb from parts select and recieved it two days later. It was a pleasure to deal with them, and certainly use them again. read more

Microwave would not heat food. All other functionality was working as expected

  • Customer: James from Staten Island, NY
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
  • 6 of 10 people found this instruction helpful
I disconnected the power. Took off the front panel that was held together by two screws. Reviewed the schematic that was inside. Located the switches, saw which lead was burnt. Unscrewed the two screws that held the switch in place, cleaned the connector, and put the switch in and connectors back. Powered the device, tested for cooking/heating function... read more