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Ronald Fox

I have a Kemore microwave model# 665.60652000 This model I found out was defective kemore added a top stir motor thermo fuse kit I need that part #

by Ronald Fox Last activity date:
August 16th, 2011

This add on part is not in orginal parts list. it is the only thing causing the mirco wave from working. I expect sears to come up with part or part # they installed after manufacturing the unit. I have talkied to every dept at sears with no help you are my last hope and contact. This part was added to the unit to make it safe and from burning down homes. The unit is a fire hazard with out this kit installed.

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Lyle W
You are correct about that microwave having a recall that involved the addition of a thermal fuse kit added to the top stirrer motor. That kit should have already been installed in that microwave. If it has, there should be a green dot beside the model/serial number plate as shown in the image below. If you do not see that green dot and that kit has apparently not been installed in that model, then I recommend that you call Sears at 1-800-469-4663 (1-800-4MY-HOME) for service (you can also schedule service online through this link:

Sears Home Services

). You will normally need to agree to pay for that service call so that the technician can visit your home and examine the microwave. If that kit was never installed in that microwave then you should not normally be charged for that service. If the kit was installed but that green sticker fell off then you will probably be charged for the service call.

The part number for the kit on that microwave is 8184461 but it is not available for purchase by an individual other than a Sears or other authorized technician. It is intended only for installation by a factory trained and authorized technician to repair that safety problem with the microwave. That is probably why you have had problems getting information about that part number. I do not recommend that you try to fix this problem yourself. I recommend that you

unplug the microwave

and not use it until it is properly repaired.

I understand your concern about the safety of this microwave without the kit installed. That is why I recommend that you not use the microwave until it is serviced by a technician.

I hope that this is the information that you were seeking. If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will try to assist you further.
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by Lyle W
August 16th, 2011
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Ronald Fox
Yes this part is not listed parts list diagram . It was a add on safety part by kenmore !
Another run around I thought you were an expert???
If you check this model # for a service bullent flash it would or should have information to the Repair tech as to the part # for tis jury riggin part.
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by Ronald Fox
August 15th, 2011
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Joseph Perez
I know how important it is to have the correct part number of an appliance when making some major adjustments. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did manage to find a link in where you can enter your appliance model number and a parts list diagram will pop up. I hope my link is useful.
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by Joseph Perez
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