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NE1856 Microwave I have a F81 error on 2 Microwaves - is this just a co-incidence? or is is a power problem.

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Error 81 message is usually a fault in a relay....found on the LV transformer located beneath the noise filter....(noise filter is a ciarcuit board mounted to one side, should see 2x 10a fuses on it and a small 1.25A)...underneath, a circuit board...thats the lv transformer assy.
Check the 10A fuses first....if they are ok, change the entire transfromer assy.....easy enough to do, the part number is A692M3310GP

Hope this helps

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