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$3.42

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 ...

$46.40

Glass Cooking Tray

This a genuine OEM microwave cooking tray. It is also known as a microwave turntable or microwave plate. The function of the tray is to hold and rotate food items while the appliance is in use to ensure the food is being heated evenly. This cooking tray is made of transparent glass, and may need to be replaced if the tray is cracked or broken. A broken tray may prevent it from rotating if the three partial circles on the bottom of the tray will not connect to the turntable driver. This part is sold individually and is approximately 12 inches in diameter. It is recommended to check the drive coupling, or turntable driver, if tray is not turning.

$14.19

Grease Filter

If the microwave exhaust fan is not circulating air properly, there could be an issue with the grease filter. A dirty filter will cause your microwave to run less efficiently and c...

$13.67

Charcoal Air Filters

The charcoal filter is used in microwaves to remove food odors from the air. If your filter is damaged or strong odors are coming from your microwave, it is best to replace this part. The only tool needed for this repair is a Phillips screwdriver. First, remove screws at the top of microwave to access the filter. Next, remove filter and insert new filter by pushing it all the way back, so the edges hit the two tabs. The front edge of the filter should rest at the bottom of the cavity. Make sure to replace the grill after installing the new filter. Remember to unplug your microwave from the power source before the installation process. This part is metallic and measures about 12 inches wide and 6 inches deep.

$37.88

Vent Grille

This white plastic vent grille mounts on the top of the microwave above the door, and covers components inside the microwave while allowing airflow through the slats. If the door o...

$24.92

Vent Grille

The vent grille, used in microwaves, mounts on the top of the appliance and covers parts inside the microwave without blocking off airflow. Instead, the vent allows air to pass through the slats. If the vent is blocked or damaged, it is best to repair the vent grille. To repair, first remove the screw that holds the grill tabs with a Phillips screwdriver and clean the vent area. Next, install new grill into the appropriate tabs and make sure to secure the screws to prevent it from falling. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacture for installation instructions and accurate guidance. Remember to unplug appliance from power source.

$8.99

RING TURN

This support ring sits underneath the glass turntable tray.

$2.85

SCREW

Sold individually.

$18.61

Diode

This diode, or high voltage diode, is used in microwaves. It is an electrical current control device that ensures power flows in one direction and not the other way. If your microw...

$8.73

Fuse

If your microwave is not turning on it could be due to your fuse needing to be replaced. This part protects the microwave by shutting it off if there is an electrical surge. This fuse is just over an inch long, is metallic on both ends and ceramic in the middle. Before beginning this repair, unplug the appliance and wait a few minutes before starting. Remove the outer cabinet which is held in place with two screws. You will then locate the power cord which will lead you to the fuse holder. Determine if the fuse has blown. Using an ohmmeter, you should be able to figure out if it has blown. A proper reading is zero ohms, if it reads as anything else then your fuse has in fact blown. Simply snap the old fuse out of place and place the new one in.

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Dirty Grease Filter

  • Customer: Joseph from Las Vegas, NV
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required:
  • 946 of 954 people found this instruction helpful
Slide grease filter about 1/2 inch to right (or left) using the d-ring attached to one side and then pull down and out. Push charcoal filter frame slightly to rear and pry down from front. Install new charcoal and grease filters by reversing process. No tools - 5-minutes max!! read more

Vent Grill was broken

  • Customer: Michael from Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required: Screw drivers
  • 472 of 474 people found this instruction helpful
I slid the new grill into position and secured it with the original two screws. Could not have been easier. read more

filters needed changing

  • Customer: Alma from Florence, SC
  • Difficulty: Really Easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
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  • 445 of 527 people found this instruction helpful
I took the old one out and put the new one in. I want to take this time to tell you that I have repaired a few of my appliances with very little difficulty and a much lower price than Kitchen Aid charges. One was a Micrwave vent, knobs on a stove top, little rubber knobs on the bottom of a grate of my cook top which was triple the cost from what I paid to ... read more