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Digitron
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PartSelect Number PS1018741
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10856
Installation Instructions
William from EAGLE, ID
Flashing display
Replace Advantium 120 flashing display.

Step one: Disconnect the power to the Advantium 120. Unplug unit, trip the breaker, whatever. Your responsibility to make sure the electrical power is removed.

For cabinet mounted units remove four screws from front side flange holding the microwave to cabinet

On the cabinet mounted model access three screws along the top front edge of case behind the display then one screw on each side of display and two hidden screws accessed through the top of the case via access holes. (use a magnetic see driver for these screws)

Work the display panel off and support it until the connectors are removed.

There are three small color coded plugs on the left side to the PC board and five larger colored plugs on the right side. Note plug locations.

Lay the removed control panel upside down on a towel at the corner of the sink so the selector knob is not resting on the counter.

Remove PC plug to the display and remove four screws on the PC board. Shift the PC board to release the tabs. Then remove two screws holding the PC display board. Note two guide pins also align the PC board.

Remove the rubber insulator from the old board and put it at the same location on the new board. There is usually enough stickiness on this insulator to put it back on the new board.

Installation is reverse. Reconnect power. Try it out after completion by boiling water in a microwave safe container. My new display was much brighter than the replaced display. No flashing.
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Control Power Board
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PartSelect Number PS1018328
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10866
PWB/PCB
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Frank from HAMBURG, NJ
Dim panel lights on Profile Microwave Oven
Repair was easy. I took a picture of the board while connectors were still in their place. That really wasn't necessary because it was easy to match each connector with its receptacle.
On completion, the power was put on and I was disappointed that the repair hadn't worked. The panel lights were still dim and hard to read.
I did a google search on this problem and read that the problem with dim lights is due to a bad condenser and (though I don't believe it) one can go bad in time without being used. I called Parts Select and received a return authorization. The next day to my surprise, the panel lights were now bright and readable. I called Parts select and cancelled the return. Two weeks later it is still working.
Thanks for being a reputable company.
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Display Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS1022528
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10858
Fixes these symptoms
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Microwave Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS12295369
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X29822
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$161.11
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Main Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS2370173
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11080
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ELECTRONIC CONTROL BOARD
PartSelect Number PS11745310
Manufacturer Part Number WP8206602
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peter from TEMPE, AZ
Unit changing modes spontaneously - becoming unusable and dangerous.
The microwave unit is installed above the stove and suffers from overheating, especially if there is a lot of steam. The unit dates from 2007 and we had the same repair in 2014. The steam kills the electronic control board which is in the door of the microwave. The symptoms were spontaneous switching between operating modes, which had become annoying and dangerous. The steps to open/replace are: Find a cardboard box that matches the open space below and wedge it in tightly as a support for the insert in the front door. The insert comes out with a few visible screws and “invisible” tabs along the top and bottom (5 each). Pry the thin metal housing open to release the tabs, using clothespins to hold it open at each location so the whole side comes out at once. Lay the control panel onto the support box taking care to not stress the 6-wire cable at the bottom of the side hinge. Unscrew the plastic covering over the control panel. Unplug the wiring harness on the board, using needle nose pliers to pull carefully out. There may be a release barb to squeeze. Remember to clean the inside of the window before reassembling. Read more...
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SWITCH PCB, Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS8767091
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X20620
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$286.49
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Microwave Keypad
PartSelect Number PS11745311
Manufacturer Part Number WP8206635
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
William from PASADENA, MD
Key board no touch and beeps
Unplugged unit 30 minutes before disassemble. Removed screws from door on Handle side had to remove door to get the three screws out on hinges, pop inner liner to remove key board pulled ribbon cable installed new board replaced inner panels , hung door and tested . Worked for couple hours same problems. Loss of key board and beeps next ? Read more...
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Control Panel - Black/Stainless
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PartSelect Number PS2322068
Manufacturer Part Number WB56X10826
Installation Instructions
Zach from Nampa, ID
buttons on front panel of microwave would not work
Unplug the microwave unit from power source. I removed the air vent from the microwave that is located at the top of the microwave. Next I unscrewed the control panel that was held by one screw towards the top of the microwave. The panel then needs pushed upward to release from main microwave chasis. Gently remove control panel. Unplug the 3 main communication lines and the 1power line from the PCB. Pull up on ribbon cable slot in order to release pressure from the ribbon cable. Pull from the sides of the ribbon cable slot. Then the cable can be removed. You will then remove the 4 screws holding the PCB to the control panel and release the 2 hinges holding the board in place. Put PCB back together on new control assymbly. Plug in new ribbon cable, communication cables, and power cable back into the PCB. Put rest of microwave back together and test out. All went well with mine thank goodness. I am a technician at trade so it was easy for me to know how and what to do. Read more...
Control Smart Board
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PartSelect Number PS2374126
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11068
Installation Instructions
JOHN from INDIO, CA
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Watched YOU TUBE video and followed instructor’s directions. Read more...

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