Question about Panasonic Microwave Ovens
Chances are the control circuit board on the microwave needs to be repaired. It has built-in surge protection that's usually pretty effective.
I would strongly suggest that you ask if the servicer does "component-level repair" on microwave circuit boards, as opposed to just replacing the whole board. This can save you a good deal of money.
If you cannot find a servicer who does component-level board repair, you can refer the servicer here for instructions.
I'm guessing you're in the UK? If so, you can find a local Panasonic-authorized servicer here.
If you're not in the UK, just visit here, select your region / country on the maps, then click Support and find a link for locating a servicer.
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Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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