Model #LMVM1935SW LG Microwave/Hood Combo

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Q:

How do I replaces the Power Control Board for my LG LMVM1935SW microwave oven.

A:

When it comes to replacing parts on your microwave oven can be difficult. I have done some research on the Manage MY Life website and have located a link similar to your issue. While you are waiting for a detailed reply from an expert I have provided the link below. Hope this helps!

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Priscilla V -
July 23, 2012
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Thank you for your question.

I am sorry, but we do not give repair information on microwave ovens because they are inherently dangerous to service. Microwaves contain high voltage internal components that can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is completely unplugged. Door repairs and adjustments, even minor ones, can cause microwave leakage, and a microwave shielding leakage test must be performed using a survey meter after any microwave service. That's why I strongly warn you to have this repair handled only by a qualified service technician. You can schedule service online with Sears Home Services or by calling 1-800-4-MY-HOME.

Depending on the age and the condition, you might consider purchasing a new microwave. Please click here to see the units we offer now.

Normally at ManageMyLife.com we like to help you with all of your repairs, but our expert advice is that microwaves are just too dangerous.We thank you for your understanding in this matter and hope we can help you with other questions and repairs in the future.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2012
A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry, but we do not give repair information on microwave ovens because they are inherently dangerous to service. Microwaves contain high voltage internal components that can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is completely unplugged. Door repairs and adjustments, even minor ones, can cause microwave leakage, and a microwave shielding leakage test must be performed using a survey meter after any microwave service. That's why I strongly warn you to have this repair handled only by a qualified service technician. You can schedule service online with Sears Home Services or by calling 1-800-4-MY-HOME.

Depending on the age and the condition, you might consider purchasing a new microwave. Please click here to see the units we offer now.

Normally at ManageMyLife.com we like to help you with all of your repairs, but our expert advice is that microwaves are just too dangerous.We thank you for your understanding in this matter and hope we can help you with other questions and repairs in the future.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2012
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How to replace LG microwave keypad

A:

I am sorry you are experiencing difficulties with your Microwave. Microwaves contain high voltage internal components that can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is completely unplugged. Door repairs and adjustments, even minor ones, can cause microwave leakage and a microwave shielding leakage test must be performed using a survey meter after any microwave service. I strongly suggest that you have this repair handled only by a qualified service technician. I have provided a link To Sears Home Services if you decide to schedule service. If you think it may be cost effective to just replace the unit, I have also provided a link to the Microwave section of Sears.com to price out what a replacement would cost.

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Joseph P. -
July 16, 2012
A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry, but we do not give repair information on microwave ovens because they are inherently dangerous to service. Microwaves contain high voltage internal components that can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is completely unplugged. Door repairs and adjustments, even minor ones, can cause microwave leakage, and a microwave shielding leakage test must be performed using a survey meter after any microwave service. That's why I strongly warn you to have this repair handled only by a qualified service technician. You can schedule service online with Sears Home Services or by calling 1-800-4-MY-HOME.

Normally at ManageMyLife.com we like to help you with all of your repairs, but our expert advice is that microwaves are just too dangerous.We thank you for your understanding in this matter and hope we can help you with other questions and repairs in the future.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
July 19, 2012
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Is my LG microwave model LMVM1945SW that had 3 issues occur at about the same time worth repairing or should I replace it?

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The microwave could be making noise if the turn table, the ring assembly or the turn table shaft are not aligned properly. Since the microwave heats, the noise is not necessarily related to the magnetron. If the noise is grinding noise, I recommend that you pull the turn table out and check the ring. Look for a crack or damage on the turn table shaft. The turn table shaft is a part that you can order and replace yourself if it is cracked or apparently damaged. The part number for the turntable shaft is 4370W3A001A. You can order it from the Sears PartsDirect website.

Try shutting the turntable off using that setting on your control to see if the turntable system is making the noise that you are hearing. Here is a link for the owner's manual on your microwave: Owner's Manual . The turntable on/off feature is shown on page 11 of this manual. NOTE: The model number that you indicated in your details (LMVM1945SW) appears to be slightly off. The manual noted above is for model LMVM1935SW.

If the noise stops after you shut off the turn table then this is the apparent cause of your noise. If you are not able to resolve this noise by replacing the shaft and/or properly aligning the ring and turntable then the microwave would need service. The turntable motor is likely making the noise and this would be a component that a technician should replace since it is an internal microwave component. If you can do without the turntable, you can continue to use the microwave by shutting it off. Cooking results may not be as even but the microwave will still heat the food.

You can actually replace the interior oven light by following the procedure on page 29 of your owner's manual. Be sure that you unplug the microwave before accessing this light.

If you are able to resolve these problems in the microwave, then you may not need to replace the microwave or have it serviced. If the microwave still makes a noise even with the turntable motor turned off then I recommend that you have it serviced or replace it. It is normally more economical to replace the microwave rather than to have it serviced. Even though the magnetron is under warranty, this is not the likely failed component since the microwave is still heating. A service call will likely cost at least $150 not including parts.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 14, 2010

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