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Reset circuit breaker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi yes there is a thermal fuse in the dryer at the back on the air duct a small plastic piece with 2 small blue wires check that also door switch thanks the appliance doc
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
The circuit is probably a 20Amp circuit (see the number stamped on the circuit breaker switch). Most likely, it is the same circuit as the refrigerator, crock pot, window A/C unit, etc....
Also, if you are using an extension cord or a power strip or a surge protector. Those may not have a high enough power rating.
One other possibility (not likely) is that the circuit breaker is a 15Amp and the microwave is 1500 watts.
What else is cut off when the circuit breaker is tripped?
Solution is to use a different outlet for the microwave, or turn off any other applicance in the same circuit (except the refrigerator, of course).
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
There is an internal cartridge fuse, as well as thermal fuses. It is not recommended that you attempt any internal repairs on a microwave due to the presence of very high voltages and the danger of microwave radiation if not reassembled correctly. Residential microwaves, if not under warrranty, are generally considered disposable. Parts and service are very expensive.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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That error code mean you motor is not getting the correct signal to operate the drive motor. You will need unplug unit then take the motor shroud off visually inspect all connectors then make sure all of them are seating solid in their connectors. then plug the unit in check an see if the L E Ds have lit on lower electronics board then get on unit and with your foot proceed to move the belt while doing that hit your start button and see if that error code come up. At this point we are checking the speed sensor to see if it is functional. Now if your upper console is registering its showing speed and time moving forward this also tells us that the communication between the two boards are fine. Now stop this process and you should have the error 1 show on the console. If you have a multi meter handy find the two leads coming form the motor going to the board unplug them put the two leads into the connector switch the meter to dcv 100v range and proceed to move the belt in the previous now the motor has become a generator and if function you should be getting a dcv output if not the it telling either worn motor brushes or open winding in the motor now if you get a reading then that lower board is defective. Then call York and get pricing on the defective part.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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