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Broken support springs and most likely a worn out drum bearing. You really need to take it apart to determine the needed parts for repair. You can contact www.repairclinic.com for help in the repair and needed parts.

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Check the drain tube, sound like it may be clogged...

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4388932 is the part number for the adaptive defrost control located behind your control panel. If your defrost heater and defrost thermostat test ok then by order of deduction you need the board.

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Check that hinge pin is in proper position. See following link for video instruction.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=r4l0qAMX6Fs

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Make sure you have the bowl, lid and sometimes the pusher assembled correctly. If everything is not correct it will not activate the safety switch to allow it to start up.

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To fix this issue you really need to hire a professional for safety purposes. You are looking around $500 + or - $50 for this repair.

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Either the scale has not been removed or the sensing circuit has failed.

From Kitchenaid, signs a coffee maker needs cleaned;

1, Cleaning indicator light comes on (select models)
2. Excessive brew times
3. Gurgling or other unusual noises during the brew cycle.

So ignoring first condition, does it exhibit either of the remaining two?

If yes, then likely remaining scale. Try letting descaling agent set, up to max period stated by mfg, then start clean cycle.

If no, possible sense failure.

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I'm sorry to say that it's most likely the magnetron that's shorted out (the high voltage device that produces microwaves). It's usually the case with ovens this old that a compatible replacement won't be available.

There's also the fact that your oven is likely way past it's 'end-of-life' date so even if you could find a replacement, other components will begin to fail as more time passes.

In short, save yourself the money, time, and frustration with a new unit. Good luck!

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Possible Solutions

Reset power to the product:

There may be a problem with the Oven Appliance Manger Control or the associated wiring.
  • Power unit down by turning off the circuit breaker(s) for one (1) minute.
  • Power unit up by turning on the circuit breaker(s).
  • Monitor the oven for one (1) minute to ensure the error code does not display again.
  • Verify oven operation.

Still need help? Call or schedule service.

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Can often be caused by ice blocking the cold air path air from the freezer. You may not be able to see the ice buildup but it's likely to be around the evaporator fins and could be due to a blocked ice-melt drain tube.
Probably worth emptying the freezer contents into a chilly bin or well insulated box (to keep it frozen) and leaving switched off with the freezer door open for half a day to let any ice melt, then see it it has started working again. If there is lots of water in the freezer after this you might want to find the drain tube (usually comes out above the compressor motor) and clear it (plastic coated flexible spring line for hanging curtains is good for this).

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khms155l-sdpzxnx2wca25pymlghkdstt-2-0.jpg Here's a diagram of the door. On the inside of the door is the frame, #2. This can be removed very carefully with a small flat bladed screwdriver and work slowly around. The frame is held in place with plastic tabs on frame. Once frame is removed, you should see the two screws that hold the handle in place. Good Luck!

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Unload the drawers. Pull the drawer all the way out until it stops. Then lift the front of the freezer drawer (a couple of inches), and pull out further (4-6"). The front will then lower to the floor. Lift the back of the drawer upward and slid the entire drawer forward. You may want to protect your floor.

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