Tip & How-To about Microwave Ovens
When there is an electrical storm and your microwave oven is affected, and wont turn on. First you should un screw all the screws the two on the bottom right, then the two on the back of the microwave case and then the two others on the left bottom. Then you need to lift up the cover case upwards and then towards the back until the case is completly off. Then you must blow off the dust with a compreser and make sure thatall conections in side are fit tight, then look for the fuse. Some fuses are located on the right uper side of the microwave in a black little box with two cables and two screws, or it can also be located on the bottom of the microwave or the back panel. First unscrew the the containing unit for the fuse then pull the two cables from the conection and set them apart from each other if needed label them with a and b then with a small flat screw driver push the tabs on the containing case of fuse box and pull apart. Then a small shaft and spring will come out make sure to set them in the order they came out first the shaft then the spring. Then the fuse is at the bottom of the box in side, turn it up side down and the fuse will fall out. Then change the fuse "20" amp fuses needed in most microwaves but check the containg unit and see proper fuse amp. then installing method is reverse of taking apart. Remeber to make sure that all conections are not loose and falling. when done your microwave oven will work again.
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