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Pro I Microwave Oven, 1700 watts, compact, 10 programmable memory pads, 3 power levels, see-thru side hinged door, s/s cabinet and cavity, digital display, stackable, cavity dimensions; 13"Wx12"Dx6-7/8"H, 208/240V/60/1, UL, NSF

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Part Numbers: 370693, NE-1757, NE1757

 

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ertmann|CPH 1:23pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
This one is now our "backUP". With 3 24port POE noisy switches running, one needs a boxed backup for the inevitable failure. Plan on getting a second for a new computer...
n0mer 9:32pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 
After a buildup of Hollywood proportions, Microsoft released its final cut of Windows XP. Users can experience to a higher level of system uptime. Windows XP Professional is ideal for those who still have no Operating System installed on your computer. I use and not exchanged for another!
dagebr 12:58pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010 
This mouse works great. I love the way it power saves when the USB dongle is attached to the bottom of it for transport. Comfortable Design.
MagnusA 7:10am on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 
Stability and Durability 3Ease of Use 3Speed ...  Speed is exceptional, Stability and Durability is also okay. Ease of Use is lacking. Well, what can I say it works fine, and lacks...  compatible, stable easily becomes unstable, activation is impossible, and security is a joke windows is a very good os. windows is very p...  compatible to most hardware viruses can be a problem it isnt worth buying...  its ok compared to home edition linux is way better
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Windows XP Home Edition operating system is Windows XP that is intended for home users. Basically.
bluebeard 7:31pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
Im tired of hearing all the linix, unix, mac fanboys say its horrable. Directions for installation were good, no trouble installing. Was used to 98SE and just have to get used to the differences. The product that I received looked great and appeared new and unopened. However, when installed. I had been using this system since a May 2007 purchase.Now the system will not pass validation. MicroSoft saysa KEYGEN program was used for this.
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I installed Windows XP Pro on two computers - one with a Pentium IV 3.0 HT and one with an Amd XP 2900+ I started from OEM hard drives (unformatted). Microsoft Windows XP Professional is a wonderful operating system to work with. I have been using it for several years and I am very pleased.

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PRO I SERIES

Commercial Microwave Oven

NE-1757

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1700 Watts* of cooking power Compact size, heavy-duty performance Stainless steel construction Top and bottom energy feed Grab & Go door handle 60 programmable memory Enhanced diagnostics
Ideal for full and quick service restaurants, supermarkets, delis and convenience stores
* I.E.C. 705-88 Test Procedure
http://www.panasonic.com/cmo

NE-1021

NE-1051

NE-1056

NE-1257/NE-1258

NE-2157

1700 Watts* of power 2 magnetrons (heating elements) Top and bottom energy feed Grab & Go door handle Large oven capacity: 0.6 cubic feet only 16 5/8 wide Chef technical support Fits one 6 tall, half size steam table pan with cover 60 programmable memory 3 power levels 3-stage cooking Enhanced diagnostics Cycle counter One touch start feature Programmable lock Easy to clean air filter with reminder Stainless steel cabinet & cavity Patented safety door seal system See-through oven door Removable ceiling splatter shield Digital display Stackable Only 61 lbs. Will ship via UPS
NE-Watt* Commercial Microwave Oven
Technical Specifications Power source: 208/230-240V, 60Hz, Single phase Receptacle required: NEMA 6-15R or NEMA 6-20R Frequency: 2,450MHz Required power: 208V (14.3A), 230-240V (13.1A) Output*: 1700 Watts Outer dimensions: 16 58w x 20d x 13 316h Cavity dimensions: 13w x 12d x 6 78h Net weight: 61 lbs. Shipping weight: 66 lbs. Shipping box size: 19 1516w x 24 18d x 16 78h, 4.7 ft3 Timer: Maximum times for each stage of cooking Hi and Med. power=15 minutes Defrost=30 minutes To specify a Panasonic Commercial Microwave Oven: The NE-1757 Commercial Microwave Oven meets or exceeds all safety performance and sanitation standards set for commercial food service microwave ovens by: UL, HHS, FCC and NSF. Plus, oven shall have output power 1700 Watts*, top and bottom energy feed, Grab & Go door handle, patented safety door seal system, 60 programmable memory, 3-stage cooking, 3 power levels (HI, MED., DEF.), digital display w/countdown, programmable lock, selfdiagnostics, oven cycle counter, stackable, video training and Chef/Test Kitchen technical support.
* I.E.C. 705-88 Test Procedure. Specifications subject to change without notice.

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Panasonic Home and Commercial Products Company Commercial Foodservice Division One Panasonic Way, Panazip 4A-4, Secaucus, NJ 07094 TEL: (201) 348-5377 FAX: (800) 553-0384

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ORDER NO. MOD0009238C1 E10
Commercial Microwave Oven
NE-1257R/NE-1257CR NE-1757R/NE-1757CR NE-2157R/NE-2157CR NE-1258R
2000 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
NE-1257R/NE-1257CR / NE-1757R/NE-1757CR / NE-2157R/NE-2157CR / NE-1258R

CONTENTS

1 OUTLINE DIAGRAM 2 OPERATION PROCEDURE 3 WIRING REQUIREMENTS AND POWER SOURCE VOLTAGE SELECTION 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1257R, NE-1258R) 5 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1257CR) 6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1757R) 7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1757CR) 8 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-2157R) 9 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-2157CR) 10 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1257R, NE-1258R) 11 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1257CR) 12 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1757R) 13 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1757CR)
NE-1257R/NE-1257CR / NE-1757R/NE-1757CR / NE-2157R/NE-2157CR / NE-1258
14 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-2157R) 15 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-2157CR) 16 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATING SEQUENCE
24 PARTS LIST 25 DOOR ASSEMBLY 26 ESCUTCHEON BASE ASSEMBLY 27 PACKING AND ACCESSORIES 28 WIRING MATERIAL 29 REF. NO. 89 L. V. TRANSFORMER (U) 30 REF. NO. 58 NOISE FILTER (U) 31 REF. NO. E2 P. C. BOARD (U)
17 CAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING DISASSEMBLY AND PARTS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE COMPONENT TEST PROCEDURE 20 MEASUREMENTS AND ADJUSTMENTS 21 PROCEDURE FOR MEASURING MICROWAVE ENERGY LEAKAGE 22 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 23 EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST 32
32 DIGITAL PROGRAMMER CIRCUIT 33 DIGITAL PROGRAMMER CIRCUIT

1 OUTLINE DIAGRAM

2 OPERATION PROCEDURE
3 WIRING REQUIREMENTS AND POWER SOURCE VOLTAGE SELECTION
Wiring Requirements No other appliance should share the circuit with the microwave oven. If it does, the branch circuit fuse may overload and either cause the oven to heat slower than expected or blow the fuse. 1. For Mode NE-1257 The oven must be on a SEPARATE, 20 Amp, 60 Hz-120V GROUNDED CIRCUIT. the oven with other than specified voltage.
Power Source Voltage Selection The microwave oven Models NE-1757 & NE-2157 are factory set for 208 V operation. For 230 V operation, the following selection MUST be made. (Step 1) Unscrew the voltage selection panel cover which is located on the back of the oven. Do not remove any other parts from the oven. (Step 2) Remove the while connector and plug the black connector into the socket. (Step 3) Store the unused white connector in the rectangular opening. (Step 4) Reattach the voltage adjustment panel cover to the cabinet. For 230 V - Use black connector plug. For 208 V - Use white connector plug. To go from 230 V to 208 V circuit follow steps 1-4 above, except at step 2, plug the white connector plug into the socket and store the black plug in the rectangular opening.
2. For Model NE-1757 a. This oven must be on a separate, 60 Hz GROUNDED CIRCUIT-minimum 15 amps. b. The microwave ovens are built to operate on 2 different voltages (230 V or 208 V). Be sure that the voltage selector connector (on the back of the oven) is set for your power supply. Connecting oven to 230 volt line with 208 voltage setting is dangerous and may result in overheating of the electrical components thus shortening their life expectancy or possibly causing a fire or other accident. Connecting oven to 230 volt line with 208 voltage will lower the power output of the oven, resulting in slower heating of the food. Panasonic is NOT responsible for damage resulting from the use of the oven with other than specified voltage.
3. For Model NE-2157 a. This oven must be on a separate, 60 Hz GROUNDED CIRCUIT-minimum 20 amps. b. The microwave ovens are built to operate on 2 different voltages (230 V or 208 V). Be sure that the voltage selector connector (on the back of the oven) is set for your power supply. Connecting oven to 230 volt line with 208 voltage setting is dangerous and may result in overheating of the electrical components thus shortening their life expectancy or possibly causing a fire or other accident. Connecting oven to 230 volt line with 208 voltage will lower the power output of the oven, resulting in slower heating of the food. Panasonic is NOT responsible for damage resulting from the use of 10

4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1257R, NE-1258R)
5 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1257CR)
6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1757R)
7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-1757CR)
8 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-2157R)
9 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (NE-2157CR)
10 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1257R, NE-1258R)
NOTE: When replacing, check the lead wire color as shown.
11 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1257CR)
12 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1757R)
13 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-1757CR)
14 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-2157R)
15 WIRING DIAGRAM (NE-2157CR)
16 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATING SEQUENCE
Variable power cooking control The coil of power relay A and B are energized intermittently by the digital programmer circuit, when the oven is set to MEDIUM or DEFROST power position. The digital programmer circuit controls the ON-OFF time of the power relay A and B contacts in order to vary the output power of the microwave oven. One complete ON and OFF cycle of the power relay is 44 seconds. The relation between indications on the control panel and the output power of the microwave oven is as shown in Figure.
17 CAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED WHEN TROUBLESHOOTING
Unlike many other appliances, the microwave oven is highvoltage, high-current equipment. Though it is free from danger in ordinary use, extreme care should be taken during repair.
17.1. Check the grounding
Do not operate on a 2-wire extension cord. The microwave oven is designed to be used in a completely grounded condition. It is imperative, therefore, to make sure it is properly grounded before beginning repair work.
17.2. If the door lock, the door switch, the door seal or the door develops a malfunction, be sure not to operate the oven until complete repairs are made.
If the oven is operated with any of these parts in imperfect condition, hazardous microwave leakage might occur.
17.3. Warning about the electric charge in the high voltage capacitor
For about 30 seconds after the oven is turned off, an electric charge remains in the high voltage capacitor. When replacing or checking parts, remove the power plug from the outlet, wait 30 seconds and short the terminal of the high voltage capacitor (terminal of lead wire from diode) to chassis ground with an insulated jumper lead wire or an insulated handle screwdriver discharge.

17.4. When parts must be replaced, always remove the power plug from the outlet, and discharge the high voltage capacitor.
17.5. Confirm after repair
1. After repair or replacement of parts, make sure that the screws of the oven, etc. are neither loose nor missing. Microwave might leak if screws are not properly tightened. 2. Make sure that all electrical connections are tight before inserting the plug into the wall outlet.
17.6. Avoid inserting nails, wire, etc. through holes in unit during operation.
Never insert a wire, nail or any other metal object through the lamp holes on the cavity or any other holes or gaps, because such objects may work as an antenna and cause microwave leakage.
18 DISASSEMBLY AND PARTS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
18.1. Replacement of magnetrons (Upper and Lower)
Upper magnetron 1. Discharge electric charge remaining on the high voltage capacitors. 2. Remove the entire rear panel by removing screws as shown. 3. Disconnect all lead wires from magnetron and thermal cutout. 4. Remove the 4 screws holding magnetron. 5. Remove 2 screws holding thermal cutout. 6. Remove the mounting bracket from magnetron and install it on the new magnetron. Lower magnetron 1. Discharge electric charge remaining on the high voltage capacitors. 2. Remove the entire rear panel by removing screws as shown. 3. Carefully place the unit on its left side (H. V. Capacitor side). 4. Remove the cover by removing 2 screws. 5. Remove the 4 screws holding magnetron by inserting screwdriver through the 4 openings on bottom plate. 6. Remove 2 screws holding thermal cutout. 7. Remove the mounting bracket from magnetron and install it on the new magnetron. NOTE: To prevent microwave leakage, tighten mounting screws properly making sure there is no gap between the waveguide and the magnetron.
Removal of Positive Lock connector The positive lock connector is a specially designed loose free connector and you will find this connector in many lead wire connections. To remove this connector, pull the lead wire by pressing an extruded lever in the center of receptacle terminal as shown.
18.2. Replacement of power supply circuit board
NOTE: Be sure to ground any static electric charge built up on your body, before handling the power supply P. C. B. and D. P. C. 1. Disconnect all lead wires from power supply circuit board. 2. Remove the power supply P. C. B. together with its mounting bracket by first removing the 2 bracket holding screws. 3. The power supply P. C. B. can be separated from mounting bracket by removing the 2 L. V. T. holding screws and unfastening the plastic clips.

18.3. Replacement of digital programmer circuit board
1. Remove grounding screw for membrane switch and D. P. C. ground. 2. Remove 3 screws holding control panel assembly to detach it from main unit then remove connectors. 3. Remove 2 screws holding the D. P. C. board and while pushing back on 2 plastic holding clips, remove the board. NOTE: Please use care in handling the power supply P. C. B. and D. P. C. board to avoid damage.
18.4. Replacement of upper antenna
1. Remove ceiling plate by gently moving the left and right tabs inward while pulling the plate down and outward. 2. Using a small flat screwdriver or the like, remove two plastic clips located on the antenna ring. Nest turn the antenna ring approx. 1/8 turn clockwise to unhook the tabs and pull off.
18.5. Replacement of floor shelf and lower antenna
1. To remove the floor shelf, insert a screwdriver through the small opening on the left side of the oven cavity and carefully lift the floor shelf. 2. For removal of lower antenna, use the same procedure as upper antenna.
18.6. Replacement of temperature sensor (Thermal protector)
1. Cut 2 lead wires at the top of sensor terminals. 28
2. Remove 2 screws holding temp sensor and replace with new one. 3. Solder the lead wires securely to the sensor terminals.
18.7. Disassembly of door assembly
1. Remove each 2 bolts holding upper and lower hinges. 2. Open the door and while pulling the door outward, work upper and lower hinges out through the holes of the front surface of oven. 3. Remove door C (check cover) from door E by carefully pulling outward starting from the upper right hand corner. 4. Remove 2 screws holding door handle and separate door A from door E by carefully freeing catch hooks. 5. Remove door key, door key lever, door key spring and handle pins from door E. 6. Assemble the door by taking the above steps in a reverse order. Replacement 1. When mounting the door to the oven be sure to adjust the door parallel to the bottom line of the oven face plate by moving the upper hinge and lower hinge in the direction necessary for proper alignment. 2. Adjust so that the door has no play between the inner door surface and oven front surface. If the door assembly is not mounted properly, microwave may leak from the clearance between the door and the oven. NOTE: Please ADJUSTMENT. refer to MEASURENMENT AND
19 COMPONENT TEST PROCEDURE
19.1. High voltage transformer
1. Remove connections from the transformer terminals and check continuity. 2. Normal (cold) resistance readings should be as follows: Secondary winding Approx. 80120 Filament winding Approx. 0 Primary winding Approx. 03
19.2. High voltage capacitor
1. Check continuity of capacitor with meter on highest OHM scale. 2. A normal capacitor will show continuity for a short time, and then indicate 9M once the capacitor is charged. 3. A shorted capacitor will show continuous continuity. 4. An open capacitor will show constant 9M. 5. Resistance between each terminal and chassis should be infinite.

19.4. Diode

1. Isolate the diode from the circuit by disconnecting the leads. 2. With the ohmmeter set on the highest resistance scale, measure the resistance across the diode terminals. Reverse the meter leads and again observe the resistance reading. Meter with 6V, 9V or higher voltage batteries should be used to check the front-to-back resistance of the diode, otherwise an infinite resistance may be read in both directions. A normal diode's resistance will be infinite in one direction and several hundred k in the other direction.

19.3. Magnetron

Continuity checks can only indicate an open filament or a shorted magnetron. To diagnose for an open filament or shorted magnetron. 1. Isolate magnetron from the circuit by disconnecting the leads. 2. A continuity check across magnetron filament terminals should indicate one ohm or less. 3. A continuity check between each filament terminal and magnetron case should read open.
19.5. Membrane key board (Membrane switch assembly)
Check continuity between switch terminals, by tapping an appropriate pad on the key board. The contacts assignment of the respective pads on the key board is as shown in digital programmer circuit.

19.6. Protector diode

1. Isolate the protector diode assembly from the circuit by disconnecting its leads. 2. With the ohmmeter set on the highest resistance scale, measure the resistance across the protector diode terminals. Reverse the meter leads and again observe the resistance reading. A normal protector diode's resistance will be infinite in both directions. It is faulty if it shows continuity in 30

one or both directions.

19.7. Temp sensor (Thermal protector)
A temp sensor is mounted on exhaust guide. Its purpose is to automatically shut off the oven in case the cavity overheats for any reason. The thermal protector will operate at 257F (125C). The device is connected to the DPC on touch control models. When the thermal protector exceeds its temperature it will turn off the power to oven cavity and display will go to reset mode. The cooking program can be reset after cool-down. THERMISTOR RESISTANCE VALUE 30K120K at 10C30C (50F86F)
20 MEASUREMENTS AND ADJUSTMENTS
water using the thermometer and record the beaker's temperature (recorded as T1) 2. Place the beaker on the center of ceramic shelf. 3. Set the one to High power and heat it for exactly one minute. 4. Stir the water again and read the temperature of the beaker (recorded as T2). The normal temperature rise (T2-T1) at High power output for each model is as shown in table.

20.1. Installation of Safety switch A, Safety switch B and Short switch
1. When mounting Safety switch A, Safety switch B and short switch to door hook assembly, mount the Safety switch A, Safety switch B and the short switch to the door hook assembly as shown. (in Figure). NOTE: No specific adjustment during installation of Safety switch A, Safety switch B and short switch to the door hook is necessary. 2. When mounting the door hook assembly to the oven assembly, adjust the door hook assembly by moving it in the direction of arrow in (Figure) so that the oven door will not have any play in it. Check for play in the door by pulling the door assembly. Make sure that the latch keys move smoothly after adjustment it completed. Completely tighten the screws holding the door hook assembly to the oven assembly. 3. Reconnect the short switch, safety switches A & B and check the continuity of t monitor circuit and all latch switches again.
20.2. Measurement of microwave output
The power output of the magnetron can be determined by performing IEC standard test procedures. However, due to the complexity of IEC test procedures, it is recommended to test the magnetron using the simple method outlined below. Necessary Equipment: *1 liter beaker *Glass thermometer (Celsius scale) *Wrist watch or stopwatch NOTE: Check the line voltage under load. Low voltage will lower the magnetron output. Take the temperature readings and heating time as accurately as possible. 1. Fill the beaker with exactly one liter of tap water. Stir the 32
21 PROCEDURE FOR MEASURING MICROWAVE ENERGY LEAKAGE
periphery, the door viewing window, the exhaust opening and air inlet openings.
21.2. Record keeping and notification after measurement
1. After any adjustment or repair to a microwave oven, a leakage reading must be taken. Record this leakage reading on the repair ticket even if it is zero. A copy of this repair ticket and the microwave leakage reading should be kept by repair facility. NOTE: The U. S. Government standard is 5 mW/cm 2 while in the customer's home. 2 mW/cm 2 stated here is our own voluntary standard. (1 mW/cm 2 for Canada) 2. Should the radiation leakage be more than 2 mW/cm2 (1 mW/cm2 for Canada) after determining that all parts are in good condition, functioning properly, and genuine replacement parts as listed in this manual have been used, immediately notify PHCC, PSC or PCI.

21.1. Equipment

Note before measuring. 1. Do not exceed meter full scale deflection. Leakage monitor should initially be set to the highest scale. 2. To prevent false readings the test probe should be held by the grip portion of the handle only and moved along the shaded area shown in Figure no faster than 1 inch/sec (2.5 cm/sec). 3. Leakage with the outer panel removed less than 5 mW/cm2. 4. Leakage for a fully assembled oven with door normally closed less than 2 mW/cm2 (1 mW/cm2 for Canada). 5. Leakage for a fully assembled oven [Before the latch switch (primary) is interrupted] while pulling the door less than 2 mW/cm2. 1. Pour 275 15cc (9ozs 1/2oz) of 20 5C (68 9F) water in a beaker which has graduations to 600cc, and place in the center of the oven. 2. Set the radiation monitor to 2450MHz and use it following the manufacture's recommended test procedure to assure correct results. 3. When measuring the leakage, always use the 2 inch (5 cm) spacer supplied with the probe. 4. Tap the start pad or set the timer and with the magnetron oscillating, measure the leakage by holding the probe perpendicular to the surface being measured. 1. Measurement with the outer pane removed. Whenever you replace the magnetron, measure for radiation leakage before the outer panel is installed and after all necessary components are replaced or adjusted. Special care should be taken when measuring around the magnetron.
21.3. At least once a year, have the radiation monitor checked for calibration by its manufacturer.
2. Measurements with a fully assembled oven. After all components, including outer panel are fully assembled, measure for radiation leakage around the door 33

22 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

23 EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST

24 PARTS LIST

NOTE: When ordering replacement part(s), please use part number(s) shown in this parts list. Important safety notice: Components identified by mark have special characteristics important for safety. When replacing any of these components, use only manufacture's specified parts.

Ref. No. 36 Part No. ANE00068U0CP A00064000AP A00333960AP A0056-3500 ANE0072L20CP ANE0072L20AP ANE010T8U0AP ANE0150110AG ANE01728U0CP ANE05108V0CP ANE05108V0AP A05243960AP A05243990AP A05243970AP A05243980AP A05243960CP A05243970CP A05243980CP ANE0901000CD ANE000Z000AD ANE000Z000AD ANE0911000MG ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AA ANE000Z000AD ANE000Z000AD ANE000Z000AB ANE0962000AP ANE0962000AV A100A-3280 A100Q-3280 A1007-3280 A1007-3280 A1007-3280 A1007-3280 A1008-3280 A1008-3280 A1008-3280 A1008-3280 ANE10098U0AP ANE10268U0AP ANE10288U0AP ANE10498U0AP NE11268U0AP ANE1062-8U0 ANE1062-8U0 ANE11408A0AG ANE11548U0AP ANE11668U0AP ANE11748U0AP A200A-3280 A2011-3470 A202K-3850 A202V3310GP Part Name & Description WARNING LABEL WARNING LABEL FUSE LABEL HIGH VOLTAGE LABEL CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL SHELF CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL CAUTION LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL NAME LABEL CUSHION RUBBER A CUSHION RUBBER A CUSHION RUBBER A CUSHION RUBBER B CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER C CUSHION RUBBER D CUSHION RUBBER D BASE BACK PANEL FOOT FOOT FOOT FOOT RUBBER FOOT RUBBER FOOT RUBBER FOOT RUBBER FOOT CABINET BODY LAMP COVER ANTENNA MOTOR COVER CUSHION RUBBER BASE BRACKET CUSHION RUBBER B CUSHION RUBBER B STOPPER BACK PANEL COVER BASE METAL SPACER OVEN CEILING PLATE ANTENNA ANTENNA B Pcs/ Set 1 Remarks NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R
NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1257R NE-1757R NE-1257R NE-1757R
NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1258R NE-2157R
A202V-3850 ANTENNA B ANE21208U0AP SPACER
(UPPER) (LOWER) NE-1257R NE-1257CR NE-1757R NE-1757CR NE1258R NE-2157R NE-2157CR (LOWER)

Ref. No. 81 82

Part No. A8251-3180 A3020-3850 A3136-3470 A3137-3850 A3138-3470 A31863960CP A31863960AP A31863990AP A31863970CP A31863970AP A31863980AP A31863980CP ANE32398U0AP ANE32628U0AP ANE32628U0AP A400A3650AP A400A3660AP A400A3780AP A400B-3280 A4024-3180 ANE40258U0AP ANE40268U0AP A4091-3280 ANE41038U0AP ANE50328U0AP ANE50328U0AP A50493650CP A50493780CP A603L3960AP A603L3970AP A603L3980AP ANE6030540AP A60304080BP ANE60408U0AP A60403780AP ANE61458U0AP ANE61458U0AP ANE61458U0AP A605S3650CP A605S3660CP ANE60708U0BP A60713310BP A60903650AP A60903660AP A60903780AP A6070-3280 ANE6142-F60 ANE61424L0AG A6144-3280 A61443030GP A61443660AP A61446030AP A65943030GP ANE61458U0AP ANE61454L0AG A61454050AP A61524210AA A6170-3280 ANE61784L0AG ANE61888U0AP A62023960AP A62023880AP A621B3650AP A621B3660AP A621B3780AP ANE62298U0AP ANE6230P90AP A62303970AP A62314000AP A62314000AP ANE6238X20AP ANE64086Q0AP

Part Name & Description SPACER DOOR HOOK A HOOK SPACER A HOOK SPACER B HOOK SPACER C DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL DOOR PANEL SPRING SPRING SPRING FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR FAN MOTOR AIR FILTER FLAME EXHAUST GUIDE A AIR GUIDE A AIR GUIDE B SCREW AIR GUIDE CUSHION B MAGNETRON BRACKET MAGNETRON BRACKET FIRE BARRIER FIRE BARRIER D.P.CIRCUIT (U) D.P.CIRCUIT (U) D.P.CIRCUIT (U) INCANDESCENT LAMP INCANDESCENT LAMP OVEN LAMP SHEET OVEN LAMP SHEET THERMAL CUTOUT THERMAL CUTOUT THERMAL CUTOUT PC BOARD H (U) PC BOARD H (U) INSULATION SHEET A INSULATION SHEET B H.V.CAPACITOR H.V.CAPACITOR H.V.CAPACITOR INSULATION SHEET A MICROSWITCH MICROSWITCH ANTENNA MOTOR ANTENNA MOTOR ANTENNA MOTOR ANTENNA MOTOR MOTOR COVER THERMAL CUTOUT THERMAL CUTOUT THERMAL CUTOUT SOCKET INSULATION SHEET C MICRO SWITCH CAPACITOR BRACKET DIODE SI DIODE SI H.V.TRANSFORMER H V.TRANSFORMER H.V.TRANSFORMER MOUNTING BRACKET FUSE FUSE FUSE HOLDER FUSE HOLDER SPACER WASHER 1 1

Pcs/ Set

Remarks
NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR
NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R (50W) NE-1757CR NE-1757R (54W) NE-2157R NE-2157CR (51W)

FOR AIR FILTER FLAME

NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R RTL (W/COMPONENT) NE-1757CR NE-1757R RTL (W/COMPONENT) NE-2157R NE-2157CR RTL (W/COMPONENT) NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R (125V 20W) NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR (240V 20W) NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR
NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR
NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR (V-15G-3C26)PRIMARY LATCH SWITCH (V-16G-3C26)SECONDARY LATCH SWITCH NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R (2.5W) NE-2157R NE-2157CR (2.5W) NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR (2.5W) NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R (2.5W) NE-1257R NE-1757R NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157R NE-2157CR NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR (V-16G-2C25) SHORT SWITCH NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R (25A) NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR (18A) NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R

Ref. No. 111 111

Part No. A6408-3280 ANE65448U0AP A6585-3280 ANE66038U0AP ANE66268U0AP A6688-3180 A692M3650AP A692M3660AP B900C3650CP B900C3650AP B900C3660CP B900C3660AP B900C3780AP B900C3780CP ANE9027510RN ANE9035P90AP ANE90828U0AP ANE91438U0AP ANE91448U0AP ANE91628U0AP ANE91658V0AP ANE91658V0AP XTC4+10BC XTC4+10BC XTC4+10BC XTC4+10FC XTC4+12BK XTC4+12BK XTEANE5+10B XTT4+8E XTWANE3+8EX XTW3+8B XWC4BPN XWC4BPN XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYD4+EE12F XYEANE5+C16T XYEANE5+C16T XYEANE5+C16T XYEANE5+C16T XYEA4+C16TS 2M210-M1F1 2M210-M1G 2M244-M1F1 2M244-M1G A601L5150AP ANE0245X00AP A04115020CQ

Part Name & Description WASHER SPACER A P.C.B.HOLDER OVEN LAMP BRACKET THERMAL CUTOUT MOUNT P.C.B.COVER L.V.TRANSFORMER (U) L.V.TRANSFORMER (U) AC CORD W/PLUG AC CORD W/PLUG AC CORD W/PLUG AC CORD W/PLUG ACCORD W/PLUG AC CORD W/PLUG CORD BUSHING CORD BRACKET CLIP(BLACK) CLIP(GLAY) BRACKET CLIP B CLIP CLIP SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW (BLACK) SCREW (BLACK) SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW WASHER WASHER SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW SCREW MAGNETRON MAGNETRON MAGNETRON MAGNETRON TEMP SENSOR DHHS LABEL CSA LABEL

Pcs/ Set 1 1

NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR
NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R
(4X10) FOR CABINET BODY (4X10) FOR CABINET BODY (4X10) FOR CABINET BODY (4X10) FORLAMP COVER (4X12)FOR BASE (4X12)FOR BASE (5X10)FOR H.V.TRANSFORMER (4X8) FOR BACK PANEL COVER (3X8) FOR TEMP SENSOR (3X8) FOR FOOT FOR BACK PANEL COVER, LAMP FOR BACK PANEL COVER, LAMP (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (4X12)FOR DIODE, CAPACITOR COVER, BASE METAL ETC (5X16) FOR MAGNETRON (5X16) FOR MAGNETRON (5X16) FOR MAGNETRON (5X16) FOR MAGNETRON
COVER COVER BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR BRACKET, AC CORD, MOTOR

NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157R NE-2157CR NE-2157R NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR

25 DOOR ASSEMBLY

Ref. No. D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D14 D15 D16 D16
Part No. A3145-3500 ANE31468U0AP ANE30038U0AP ANE301A8U0AP A301H-3850 ANE301Q8U0AP A3018-3850 A3019-3850 ANE30218U0AP ANE30562Q0AP ANE30562Q0AP A30703170GP ANE3081P60AP ANE30858U0AP ANE30078U0AP ANE30078U0AP ANE31348U0AP XYEA4+C16TS XYEA4+C16TS
Part Name & Description DOOR SCREEN A DOOR SCREEN B DOOR FRAME(U) DOOR A DOOR KEY LEVER B DOOR E(U) DOOR KEY A DOOR KEY B DOOR KEY SPRING HANDLE PIN HANDLE PIN HANDLE PEICE A DOOR HINGE SPACER DOOR C HINGE HINGE HANDLE PEICE B SCREW SCREW 2

(4X16) (4X16)

26 ESCUTCHEON BASE ASSEMBLY
Ref. No. E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8
Part No. A8337-3280 A603M3310GP A64793310QP A6590-3280 ANE80018U0AP ANE80028U0AP ANE80068U0AP A800L3310QP
Part Name & Description ESCUTCHEON SHEET PC BOARD B (U) MEMBRANE SWITCH FLAT CABLE ESCUTCHEON A ESCUTCHEON B ESCUTCHEON D ESCUTCHEON BASE 1 1
27 PACKING AND ACCESSORIES
Ref. No. P1 P1 P2 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11
Part No. A00033960CP A00033960AP A04203960AP A01023960CP A01023960AP A01023990AP A01023970CP A01023970AP A01023980AP A01023980CP ANE01048U0AP ANE01058U0AP A01065200AP ANE01072Q0AP A01083310GP ANE01268U0AP A01453230BP A1134-3280
Part Name & Description INSTRUCTION BOOK INSTRUCTION BOOK OPERATING GUIDE PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER PACKING CASE PAPER UPPER FILLER LOWER FILLER VINYL COVER DOOR SHEET TRAY PACKING REIN FORCE MATERIAL DOOR SHEET B FOOT BRACKET 1 1
Remarks NE-1257CR NE-1757CR NE-2157CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-1257CR NE-1257R NE-1258R NE-1757CR NE-1757R NE-2157R NE-2157CR

28 WIRING MATERIAL

Ref. No. W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W3 W3 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9

 

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