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Kenmore 565.6050.9990 microwave dead

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Couldn't find my exact Kenmore yet on your site. Model 565.6050.9990. Built in 1999.

Has worked flawlessly since purchased. Today while heating cup of coffee, went completely dead. I'd like to look for fuses behind user panel as mentioned on the site. Can I remove the display without removing the shroud?

Verified power to the outlet...

Thanks!

Mark

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    Mine, model 665.85930992, went completely dead while cooking potatoes. totally out. Heard a click, like a circuit breaker. Is there a fuse in these things? If yes, how do you access

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Start taking all screws out until you can access fuse.

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