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Microwave Inverter
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PartSelect Number PS2342258
Manufacturer Part Number W10217711
The inverter acts like the brain for the microwave. It sends high voltage to the magnetron to produce heat.
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Display Control Board
PartSelect Number PS1022528
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10858
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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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ELECTRONIC CONTROL BOARD
PartSelect Number PS11745310
Manufacturer Part Number WP8206602
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LED Display Board
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PartSelect Number PS11748663
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10124269
Installation Instructions
Krystal from YORK, PA
The LED display on the microwave was no longer functional. Some lights still showed, but not enough to be able to tell the time or validate timer settings.
1) Identified the breaker that the microwave was connected to and turned it off.
2) Removed the four screws holding the extension kit to the microwave (easily visible on the front of the microwave) and removed the side panels (required sliding the panels up and off).
3) Removed the six screws holding the microwave to the cabinet (exposed after removing the extension kit)
4) Slide the microwave out and unplugged the cord from the outlet
5) Removed the screws that secured the front display panel to the microwave. These are located on the side of the microwave just behind the display panel. There are a total of 4 screws, 2 on each side. Additionally there was a clip holding the front panel on. We were able to press down to get it to release. NOTE: You will not be able to fully remove the panel as there are cables that run back to the board which is only reachable by removing the top panel
6) Removed the screws along the sides. back, and top to remove the top panel (there are 3 screws on each side and 2-3 in the back, there is only one screw on the top near the back right that holds the top to a part inside the microwave.
7) Peeled the top off of the microwave - there is a line of double sided tape that held the front of the top panel to the back of piece where the front display panel was mounted.
8) Carefully remove the existing LED Display Board. There is a single plastic clip that you have to very gently press back to slide the LED out. We were not careful enough and the clip broke. It did not hinder the replacement and even without the small plastic bit the LED board sat snuggly in its spot.
9) Trace the cable from the LED board back to the circuit board and unplug the cable. We pulled the cable out through the front of the microwave as the hole from the front display panel back to the board was just slightly too small to fit the board through.
10) The new LED panel arrived with extra boards attached to it. There were clear spots where the boards were perforated to easily snap off.
11) Thread the new cable from the front of the microwave through the hole and plug in where you removed the previous cable
12) Seat the LED Display Board in the slot.
13) Replace the top of the microwave and the associated screws (we used four small bowls to separate the screws for the top of the microwave, screws for the front of the microwave, screws for mounting the microwave, and screws for the expansion kit)
14) Reseat the front panel and replace screws
15) Plug microwave back in. (We took this opportunity to turn the breaker back on to test and make sure everything was working before we remounted the microwave)
16) Place microwave back in its mount and secure with mounting screws
17) Replace the extension kit if applicable and its associated screws.
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Main Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS2370173
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11080
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POWER BOARD
PartSelect Number PS1020967
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10861
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Microwave Electronic Control Board
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PartSelect Number PS2370171
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11078
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Installation Instructions
Tom from MULLICA HILL, NJ
Dim readout on microwave display
The smart board has the display unit.

PULL THE POWER CORD PLUG

1. Remove the upper grill which is three screws across the top and slide the plastic vent piece to the left.

2. Remove control panel. Remove 2 screws on top of control panel. One is to the upper left and one is down inside the grill across the top. Slide the control panel up a small amount and pull top away from microwave.

3. Remove wire connections from the smart board and ground wire from the control panel. Some have clips to push to release.

4. Set control panel on table. Remove ribbon cable gently pulling it out of the plastic connection. Remove three screws holding smart board to the control panel and swap in the new one. Gently push the ribbon cable back into the plastic connector.

5. Reinstall in reverse order.
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Microwave Keypad
PartSelect Number PS11745311
Manufacturer Part Number WP8206635
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