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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Wayne Tiffany, Dec 23, 2003.

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  1. Any idea where I can find a door switch for a Goldstar microwave? I tried
    Sears, as they handle some Goldstar parts, but they came up blank on that
    model number.

    Goldstar SZM-V16-FA-63

    WT
     
  2. Jerry G.

    Jerry G. Guest

    Did you look in your user booklet to see where their authorized service rep
    is? Also, if you call around some of the places that sell Goldstar, you can
    ask where they send their Goldstar products back for the warranty service.
    Goldstar is part of LG. You can also try to look up LG.

    http://us.lge.com/support/index.html is supposed to be their factory
    service information. It is possible that they may not want to sell the
    parts. They may give you a local place to bring your microwave for them to
    change the switches. Many of these manufactures are like this now.

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    Any idea where I can find a door switch for a Goldstar microwave? I tried
    Sears, as they handle some Goldstar parts, but they came up blank on that
    model number.

    Goldstar SZM-V16-FA-63

    WT
     
  3. adri

    adri Guest

    look whare thee sel repair stuf for wasmachien spare parts.
     
  4. James Sweet

    James Sweet Guest

    Do you have an appliance repair shop in your area? Many times these switches
    are generic parts, I was able to buy a replacement for my mom's GE when the
    switch failed about a year ago, it was just a generic door switch and it
    went right in.
     
  5. Good thought. I called the local Mar-Beck and they don't sell any internal
    microwave parts. I presume it's a liability issue.

    WT
     
  6. Wayne,
    Most of the door switches in microwaves are standard. If you found a scrap
    unit chances are it would work. Test the switch and pay attention to the
    lead configuration, NO or NC. Radio Shack has one that might work 900-8716.
    You will have to match it up.

    Good luck
     
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