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SWITCH – Part Number: 5304493153
SWITCH
PartSelect #: PS8769124
Manufacturer #: 5304493153
The relay switch may also be known as the door micro switch and is a part for your microwave. The function of this part is to monitor the door latch and communicate whether the door latch is open or c...
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SWITCH KIT – Part Number: 5304468224
SWITCH KIT
PartSelect #: PS2343189
Manufacturer #: 5304468224
$91.57
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Latch Head - Right Side – Part Number: 5304491054
Latch Head - Right Side
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PartSelect #: PS7321394
Manufacturer #: 5304491054
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TOOL – Part Number: 318246702
TOOL
PartSelect #: PS978753
Manufacturer #: 318246702
$14.30
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Light Bulb – Part Number: 5304464198
Light Bulb
PartSelect #: PS2333612
Manufacturer #: 5304464198
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LATCH – Part Number: 5304490142
LATCH
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PartSelect #: PS6448131
Manufacturer #: 5304490142
$103.77
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TOOL – Part Number: 318246703
TOOL
PartSelect #: PS978754
Manufacturer #: 318246703
$14.30
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COVER – Part Number: 5304461165
COVER
PartSelect #: PS1765590
Manufacturer #: 5304461165
$264.47
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MOTOR – Part Number: 5304498736
MOTOR
PartSelect #: PS10066213
Manufacturer #: 5304498736
$112.77
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Screw - 4 mm x 8 mm – Part Number: 5304451561
Screw - 4 mm x 8 mm
PartSelect #: PS1150134
Manufacturer #: 5304451561
$19.76
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MAGNETRON – Part Number: 5304521745
MAGNETRON
PartSelect #: PS12728994
Manufacturer #: 5304521745
$232.89
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Screw,4 mm x 12 mm – Part Number: 5304451553
Screw,4 mm x 12 mm
PartSelect #: PS1150124
Manufacturer #: 5304451553
$18.10
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Michael
February 25, 2020
Drop down door handle has become very loose. Screws or bolts that hold handle To door are not accessible because inside panel of door is attached to door by Some sort of adhesive.
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Hello Michael, Thank you for your question. Remove the door from the oven, most doors you just open to the first stop point and lift up on the door. Then, most doors have screws on the top and bottom, some also have them on the side, remove those screws and the front and back of the door will separate, the screws that hold the handle are in there, and you should be able to tighten them to fix the loose handle. Remember to use caution with the glass when separating the door panels. We hope this helps.

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Alexander
June 21, 2023
Loose door. How to remove door for examination.
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Hello Alexander, thank you for your inquiry. We have found some relevant instructions for you to remove the door. They may not be of the exact same model, but they will help you with the process. You may follow the following steps: open the door completely that is until it is parallel to the floor. At the bottom of the door where it connects to the bottom of the microwave, there is a small lever on either side located at the hinges. Lift them both up. Completely shut the door, slowly past where the door rests. Open it up to the point where you can not close it anymore. Do not try and force it past this point. Grip the door tightly on either side before lifting slightly up and then downwards and away from the microwave. We hope this information is useful!

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Common Symptoms of the EW30SO60QSA

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Timer would run but the microwave won't start
I first removed the top plate above the microwave door (3 screws), then I removed the plate containing the buttons and clock. The microwave has 3 relay switches and they are in a little holder. The holder was too difficult to remove so I just removed the bottom switch and replaced. The microwave started right up.
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  • Tim from Chicago, IL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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microwave wouldn't turn on but timer worked.
was told buy a repair person to check the door micro switches as it was a common problem. removed the top plastic air grill to get access to the screw that holds in place the control cover. After unplugging the unit, i took out the (2) screws that held in the switches and removed them (3). One switch was a bit melted so i tested it with a 12 volt battery and it was bad. Ordered a new one from Part select and got it fast . Works great .
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SWITCH
  • Steve from Moorhead, MN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Microwave would count down but not run
After unplugging the unit remove the control face buy removing the screws. All three door switchs are on a bracket on the left. Remove the two screws holding the bracket in place and pull out. Disconnect the wires from the three switches and test each switch indivually to determine the bad one. I used a multimeter set on ohms.Replace the bad switch with the new one and replace all the wires. Reassemble the unit and you are good to go.
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SWITCH
  • Betty from Kimball, TN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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