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Charcoal Filter
PartSelect Number PS1871363
Manufacturer Part Number 8206230A
The charcoal filter in your microwave is designed to improve air circulation and eliminate odors while cooking. If the exhaust fan on your microwave is not working, you may need to replace your charcoal filter. This charcoal filter is located within the intake grille of your microwave, which will need to be unscrewed and opened to gain access to the filter. The manufacturer recommends that you change your charcoal filter every six months. This filter measures 5 inches by 5.375 inches by 0.375 inches. Be sure to measure your current filter to assure correct replacement. This product is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
Exhaust fan not working


Installation Instructions
Richard from San Antonio, TX says,

Mounting brackets are fragile and plastic support is easily broken
Replaced the intake grille. The grille should be removed prior to cleaning. The entire part is plastic and easily broken so that the two tabs for the mounting screws are shattered and will not hold ...read more

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$18.17
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS3650910
Manufacturer Part Number W10208631A
This is a grease filter which is used to trap grease and help eliminate odors from the exhaust air while cooking. The dimensions of this piece are roughly 13 inches wide, and 6 inches deep. This model is silver and sold individually. Note that most microwaves require two. The most common reason for needing to change the filter is if your exhaust fan is not working, or if the part has incurred damage over time.
Fixes these symptoms
Exhaust fan not working


Installation Instructions
Mark from SCHAUMBURG, IL says,

Dirty filters
Remove top grill assembly and replaced filters,parts were delivered on time and fit as expected, Job well done!...read more

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$15.74
Charcoal Filter
PartSelect Number PS1957304
Manufacturer Part Number W10120840A
The charcoal filter, used in microwaves, removes food odors from the air. If your filter is damaged or you notice strong odors coming from your microwave, it is best to replace it. This part is metallic and measures about 12 inches wide and 6 inches deep. The tool required for this repair is a Phillips screwdriver. First, remove screws at the top of microwave to access the filter. Next, remove the old filter and insert new filter by pushing it all the way back, so the edges connect to the two tabs. The front edge of the filter should rest at the bottom of the cavity. Do not forget to replace the grill after installing new filter. Remember to unplug your microwave from the power source before installation process.
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Installation Instructions
duane from san diego, CA says,

Fire in microwave melted several parts
Remove the filters and use a Torx driver to remove two screws holding the motor. The wires on on the motor are held in place by a plastic clamp that must be pried open on one side. That's all it tak...read more

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$20.04
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS1847969
Manufacturer Part Number 6802A
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 can alter the taste or smell of your food. Filters should be changed every six months for maximum performance. These silver, aluminum filters are sold separately, and are approximately 13 3/8 inches long x 5 7/8 inches wide. Measure your current filter to assure correct replacement. Check your grease filters regularly for particles and grease buildup to see if cleaning is necessary. If there is any visible damage to the filter, it should be replaced straight away.
Fixes these symptoms
Exhaust fan not working


Installation Instructions
Joseph from Las Vegas, NV says,

Dirty Grease Filter
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...read more

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$15.35
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS1957060
Manufacturer Part Number W10113040A
This grease filter, used in microwaves, can be located underneath the microwave. The filter traps grease from the exhaust air and removes it from the air stream. This helps prevent grease sticking to the inside of the exhaust hood. Please note that most microwaves require two grease filters and they are both sold separately. This is an easy replacement done by simply pulling out old filters and sliding in the new ones. For further instructions and guidance, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer. Unplug the microwave from the power source before starting this installation.
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No Symptoms for this part
Installation Instructions
M. Rose from Miami, FL says,

The grill-vent broke and the grease filters needed to be replaced.
I simply placed the grill-vent in hood area, pulled out the dirty grease filters and slid in the replacement ones....read more

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$12.76
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS1871362
Manufacturer Part Number 8206229A
This filter collects grease particles in the air from cooking. Sold individually.
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Installation Instructions
Myra from WATERFORD, ME says,

when putting my grease filter back in place it dropped behind my stove.
I placed a thick towel by the opening at the top of my stove and was able to fit the new grease filter in with no problem...read more

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$13.19
Air Filter
PartSelect Number PS1957303
Manufacturer Part Number W10120839A
Sold individually.
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No Symptoms for this part
Installation Instructions
Papkin from Glendale, CA says,

Surface lights and filters needed replacement
By pulling the filter screens units down and out with a pair of pliers I had access to the surface lights. Pulled the lights out of their sockets and replaced the bulbs. Real easy. Since the filter un...read more

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$21.56
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS8769987
Manufacturer Part Number W10535950
INCLUDES ONE FILTER
Fixes these symptoms
No Symptoms for this part
Your Price
$20.01
Charcoal Air Filters
PartSelect Number PS382960
Manufacturer Part Number 6800
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.
Fixes these symptoms
Exhaust fan not working


Installation Instructions
Joseph from Las Vegas, NV says,

Dirty Grease Filter
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...read more

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$14.88
Grease Filter
PartSelect Number PS364628
Manufacturer Part Number 4358853
This is a vent hood grease filter manufactured for a variety of microwave models. It is made entirely of metal with a built-in tab for easy installation and removal. The vent hood filter collects grease particles that are in the exhaust air from cooking. Be sure to keep your filter clean. A clogged or dirty filter is a fire hazard and can cause your appliance to run inefficiently. This filter is approximately 7.5 inches wide and 5 inches deep. This replacement part is a genuine OEM part, is sourced from the original manufacturer, and is sold separately.
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No Symptoms for this part
Installation Instructions
Audrey from White Plains, NY says,

I Had A Hard Time Finding This Filter
I pulled out the old filters and just put in the new ones with ease, it was that simple. No screws was needed. ...read more