Question about Panasonic Microwave Ovens
Okay, it may be the US model. It seems there is also an Australian version.
I've worked on a few of these Panasonic control boards. The solid state relay for the lights will short, and often this failure also takes other components with it, such as the regulator that runs the microprocessor. This makes the microwave in essence, dead, yet the lights stay on.
It can take a couple of weeks to get the parts, but if you'd like to get it repaired, we can usually do it for about $59.95. Since you're in Canada, there would be a little extra charge for shipping as well. About $15 is typical.
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William E. Miller
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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