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I have a Sharp microwave approx 10yrs old. It's quite a large beast that does every thing, white, touch pad. The food is not warming up but the tray rotates and light is on. Any ideas? Regards Roy 07766 028526

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In the meantime a local repair (sole trader) replaced the above mentioned parts HV diode and replace 2 fuses. He warmed a cup of water to test and I took it home. With in 5 mins of use at home the same happened again. It was not louder then usual.

As a compromise he gave me my money back and I said he could keep the microwave.

Thank you for your response, very much appreciated. I will know where to come next time for expert advise.
Regards, Roy

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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