REMOVING THE CONVECTION THERMISTOR
Personal Injury Hazard
Disconnect from the electrical supply be-
fore servicing the unit. Failure to do so
could result in death or electrical shock.
Disconnect the electrical supply to the
Remove the microwave oven from its
mounting location (see page 2-2).
Remove the vent grille and cabinet from
the microwave oven (see the illustration
on page 2-3).
Remove the five screws from the air duct
and position it so that you can access the
pulley cover underneath.
Remove the screws from the circulation
pulley cover and the bracket, then re-
move the cover and the attached brack-
ets from the top of the oven. Do not re-
move the brackets from the cover.
Remove the screw from the convection
thermistor and remove the thermistor.
Cut the two white wires (not the ther-
mistor wires) coming from the control
board next to the splice.
Splice the white wires onto the ends of the
new convection thermistor wires. Cover
the spliced wire ends with electrical tape
so that they cannot short to the oven.
Mount the new convection thermistor to
the oven and reassemble the microwave