how do I know/test this to make sure this is the problem? We replaced control board assembly and still have problem. then I found this solution. How can I be sure that the gas sensor is the bad part?
RE: SE is a sensor error. Which is the moisture sensor and it will need to be replaced. Which Sears calls it a Gas sensor why I do not know!! But here is a link to the part
Read more: My kenmoore microwave has an SE error code. What can I do to - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/appliance/4ob1v-kenmoore-microwave-se-error-code.html#ixzz1ZXxs4FR5
No Sir, We replaced the entire unit, which came with control board, touch pad and outer cover. So....this means we replaced both of the items you are referencing. We ordered the entire unit, it was a lit bit more expensive to do it that way. But it was recomended.
As for your comment "I do not know why anyone would say this is a bad sensor but it's not. SE means your touchpad has gone bad." That was posted on this very site. That was where I got that information from. The question was just answered on 09/27/2011.
Hi, my name is Peter. I am eager to help you solve your appliance problems.
Do you have the model of your microwave?
Do all the buttons on the keypad work?
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My original recommendations were to replace part #59.
Thought as you stated that the part was bad, had second shipped out....and that didn't work either,
So while searching for additional possibilities I found the post that said.....
Read more: My kenmore microwave has an SE error code. What can I do to - Just Answer http://www.justanswer.com/appliance/4ob1v-kenmoore-microwave-se-error-code.html#ixzz1ZXxs4FR5
Where to from here? 1. Control panel assembly isn't problem, 2. post about moisture/gas sensor (which was the reason I asked for help here on this site) seems foreign to everyone. Three experts here and multiple hours research, with no solution.