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CMT135SGW Crosley Microwave - Overview

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Micro Switch – Part Number: 3B73362F
Micro Switch
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PartSelect #: PS3522738
Manufacturer #: 3B73362F
This microwave door switch provides power to the various components in the microwave when the door is in a closed position, and interrupts power when the door is open. This door switch is approximatel...
$11.28
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Glass Cooking Tray – Part Number: 3390W1A044B
Glass Cooking Tray
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PartSelect #: PS3518835
Manufacturer #: 3390W1A044B
This tray rotates in your microwave ensuring more even temperatures.
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Screw,Tapping – Part Number: 1TTL0402818
Screw,Tapping
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PartSelect #: PS3517555
Manufacturer #: 1TTL0402818
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Magnetron – Part Number: 6324W1A001L
Magnetron
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PartSelect #: PS3529034
Manufacturer #: 6324W1A001L
This magnetron in your microwave creates the radiation needed for cooking or warming your food. It is located inside the main cavity, typically near the transformer or waveguide. When the magnetron be...
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Diode (Cable, Assembly) – Part Number: 6851W1A002E
Diode (Cable, Assembly)
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PartSelect #: PS3529603
Manufacturer #: 6851W1A002E
Usually found kitchen appliances, this OEM-certified diode cable assembly helps to convert power from the transformer to the magnetron, to heat up your food. A damaged cable assembly will cause your a...
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Spring – Part Number: 4B72023B
Spring
PartSelect #: PS3525458
Manufacturer #: 4B72023B
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Lever – Part Number: 4510W3L003A
Lever
PartSelect #: PS3523009
Manufacturer #: 4510W3L003A
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Capacitor,High Voltage – Part Number: 0CZZW1H004B
Capacitor,High Voltage
PartSelect #: PS3517241
Manufacturer #: 0CZZW1H004B
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Lamp,Incandescent – Part Number: 6912W3B002L
Lamp,Incandescent
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PartSelect #: PS3530418
Manufacturer #: 6912W3B002L
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Turntable Assembly – Part Number: 5889W1A005B
Turntable Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS3528536
Manufacturer #: 5889W1A005B
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Locker – Part Number: 4026W2A016A
Locker
PartSelect #: PS3522837
Manufacturer #: 4026W2A016A
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Motor, AC Synchronous – Part Number: 2B72754K
Motor, AC Synchronous
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PartSelect #: PS3517750
Manufacturer #: 2B72754K
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Broken door micro switch. (unit does not start heating)
Unplug the unit before servicing. Need phillips screwdriver. Open door. Use step ladder to access and remove 2 small screws from top of the room air diffuser at top of unit. Slide diffuser slightly to the left to align the diffuser's plastic tab on the left side to rotate toward you. (The wires for the front control panel are at the far left side of this difuser, but difuser is slotted for easy removal). Once the difuser is removed you will see 1 screw at the top that secures the pannel cover on the left side of the unit. Remove screw and slide this panel slightly up and out. This exposes the plastic frame that holds the upper and lower door switches. To locate the door switches and observe how they work, close and open the door and watch the door (bayonets) open and close the micro switches. Do the (red) buttons on top of the switches move up and down when the door bayonets push and release? If the buttons do not "pop" up when opened the switch is defective. The switch frame is secured with 2 screws. Remove screws and rotate the unit out for easy access to the micro switch(s). The internal (spring?) on my unit that is suposed to allow the red (visible) button on top of the switch to "pop" up when the door is opened was broken. Carefully pry the switch outward while being careful to lift the plastic holder-piece that holds the switch in place. Be careful, there is a small pin on the frame, so rotate the switch OUT toward you while lifting (carefully) the plastic holder-piece (you will see it on top of the switch). You can use an ohm meter to test the continuity of the switches. But if the buttons don't "pop" they are defective. Replace switch and reassemble.
Parts Used:
Micro Switch
  • JAMES from BILLINGS, MT
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Door sensor switch went bad. Microwave would not operate.
Watched a couple of repair videos on Youtube by searching for the model number. Found out what to do in order not to get shocked by the powerful capacitor.
Ordered the two switches (To be sure, I could have ordered a third switch as suggested in the videos.)
Bought a tamper-proof star bit to get the cover off. Followed the directions to replace the switches. - I broke the harness and had to use some super glue, but it's all good. I should have removed the harness instead of trying to get a switch out while it was still in place.
It's all back together, and the wife is happy!!
Parts Used:
Micro Switch
  • Randall from ARCADIA, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Magnitron failed
Over the stove microwave installed in top cabinet row.
1. Unplug device.
2. Two people to remove from wall/cabinet (remove two, large, top mounting screws and rotate entire microwave down and off the wall mount). Should be some wood spacers between top of device and bottom of cabinet.
3. Remove screws from sheet metal cover.
4. Remove one screw holding blowers in place and rotate out of the way, in order to gain access to 2 of 5 screws that hold the magnetron in place.
5. Unplug magnetron and remove the 5 screws.
6. Drop in new magnetron and re-assemble microwave in reverse order (steps 5-3).
7. Two people restore micro to wall/cabinet. Replace wood spacers, re-install two, large mounting screws (finger-tight). Test device. Secure the two large screws.
Parts Used:
Magnetron
  • Joseph from WILTON, NH
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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