|Fig.1 Replacement bulb|
Supplies and Tools:
Manufacturers sticker (Model information)
Microwave on-line manual
Microwave on-line information sheet.
Phillips appliance 40W bulb
Phillip screwdriver- small tip
Mr. Gonzales was a truck driver for a local dairy company in Chino Hills, California for over thirty years. He had lived in a five bedroom home with a huge back yard. Now that he was retired he wanted a smaller home with some amenities. His family found The Chino Valley Senior Condo Complex near his children's homes. The converted apartment now owned condominium had a working microwave but the stove top light did not work. It came with three level of light and none worked. The condo manager stated that all the inside repairs were the new owners responsibility. This post shows how to replace a simple microwave stove top light.
This post shows the eight steps of how to replace a stove light.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the information at the back of the bulb package.
Fig.3 shows Phillips Ordering Code: 820736 and a Phone Number: 1-800-555-0050.
|Fig.3 Ordering information|
|Fig.4 Microwave Oven|
|Fig.5 General Electric Manufacturers sticker|
|Fig.6 Microwave information|
|Fig.7 Microwave light cover|
|Fig.8 largest bulb burnt out|
|Fig.9 Cover and bulb removed|
|Fig.10 above microwave|
|Fig.11 Electrical plug|
|Fig.13 Bulb and screw|
|Fig.14 Bulb replaced|
|Fig.15 Job done|
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