Microwave – All Parts for A Happy Home

Microwave Parts and Resources

    • Parts for your microwave
    • Part pictures for your microwave
    • Detailed illustrations and schematics of your microwave
    • Information on how microwave works
    • Diagnostic guidance in figuring out what is wrong with your microwave
    • Email service to technical experts for help with your specific microwave problem
    • Maintenance tips for your microwave
    • Answers to common questions about your microwave
    • Graphics and videos to help you locate your microwave model number
    • Recall information for your microwave
    • Error or fault codes for your microwave

Microwave Model Number Finder

Where is My Microwave Model Number?

    • On the back of your microwave oven
    • On the inside wall of your microwave
    • On the control panel of your microwave
    • On the door jamb of your microwave oven
    • On the door of your microwave

Most Commonly Replaced Microwave Parts

Microwave Halogen Light Bulb – 120 volts, 20 watts

Halogen Light Bulb

Microwave Grease Filter – for most microwave types

Grease Filter

Microwave Switch – Button switch, 16 Amp. 125/250 volt, 3/16″ terminals, normally open

Microwave Switch

Microwave Glass Tray – Glass carousel turntable tray. 13 inches in diameter

Microwave Glass Tray

Microwave Door Open Lever – for most microwaves

Microwave Door Open Lever

More Microwave Parts

Microwave Cooking Tips

    • Never place metal utensils, dishes, etc. in the microwave
    • Never use metal foil or foil-lined paper products, paper towels that include nylon or synthetic fibers, or newspaper
    • You can use paper plates, paper cups, and paper napkins in the microwave
    • When using plastic roasting or cooking bags in your microwave, make sure to discard the wire twist tie; use a plastic fastener or a piece of string instead
    • To make sure that everything cooks evenly, cut meats and vegetables of the same dish in uniform sizes
    • Stir food a number of times, and turn dishes around, to make sure that food cooks fully and evenly.
    • If you are cooking meat with a large bone in it, remove the bone first; the dense bone may keep the area around it from cooking
    • To get more juice from lemons, limes or other citrus fruit, place fruit it in microwave on high power for 30 seconds
    • Always place paper towels around sandwiches, rolls, or other baked goods; the towels will absorb moisture so that food is not soggy
    • To soften brown sugar that has turned into a hard lump do this: place a piece of dampened paper towel in the box, close the box tightly, and put the whole thing in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds on high
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