This door latch keeps the microwave door closed during operation. The latch is approximately 7 inches long and has 2 hooks to ensure that the door closes properly. The hooks also contact the door swit...
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November 14, 2022
How do I change the internal light bulb in this unit ( inside the cabinet), on the top?
For model number FMV157GCA
Hi Randy, thank you for reaching out. Take off the vent across the top to expose a single screw over the keypad. Remove the single screw, and the whole keypad console will lift up, likely hanging by a plastic tab/support on the bottom. Twist the light bulb plug to remove it from the support structure and change the bulb. We hope this helps!
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8 days ago
Frigidair microwave GFMV157GC over the range. start and stop buttons not working. microwave is always on. tried keeping it off for long hours and also saw the panel of buttons inside. cant figure out whats wrong. plz help.
For model number FMV157GCA
Hi Pratibha, thank you for reaching out. Based on our understanding of the issue, you need to check the control panel, part number PS1993497. If it is working fine, then the control board, part number PS2364565, is malfunctioning. We hope this information is useful!
Let me start by saying that this model microwave is nice, but there shouldn't be a plastic handle placed on it when it is mounted above a gas stove-top. The manufacturer should know this but I guess it was a poor decision on their part.
I popped the inside of the door off of the microwave. I then unscrewed the two screws that were holding the next bracket on and popped it off the door. When you take the second piece of the door off, then the glass and front come apart. You can then unscrew the two screws the hold the handle on. Replace the old handle with the new one and work back in the steps you took. A small tipped screw driver is a must.
My repair worked out to be a cinch! My microwave looked very funny without it's handle. I did a little research on how to replace the handle and after popping the insert out of the inside of the microwave door, I was then able to remove the two screws that held the outside panel of the door (the part with the glass) to the part with the hinges. After removing the screws, I carefully used my trusty butter knife and screw driver to pry and pop the outside panel away. This was the most time consuming part of the job. However, once it was fully off, I unscrewed the screws that held the previous handle on and fastened the new handle with the new screws provided. Popping the door all back together was super easy. However, don't forget to put the screws back in that hold the outter panel on to the part with the hinges. :-) Good luck DIY'ers!!
Lifted the door up and removed entire door, took pry bar and removed the snap on plastic cover very easy. Has plastic snaps on the inside. Then removed the glass window same way. then you can see the two screws holding the handle on. Remove screws, then snap back together making sure you go slowly not to break any plastic snaps.The job was a lot eaiser than I thought it would be. The replacement part was a perfect fit.