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I need a wiring diagram for the circuit board to a Whirlpool RM770PXBQ2 wall oven. Can you help?

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Loks like to be a an older, micro/oven combo unit. too old to even have a tech sheet available any more,althought i can lookup the techsheet its nothing more than a wire diagram for the unit and a quick troubleshooter, no real breakdown for diagnosing hte circut board itself, hers alink to what i found good luck. there may be a copy of this within the control cavity as well
http://www.servicematters.com/docs/wiring/wiring_main.htm

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Whirlpool Wall oven/microwave combo unit Door message
Does anyone know where the 15 amp fuse is? I replaced the 20amp fuse and it worked for a minute or two and then I opened the door and I blew my circuit breaker. I reset my circuit breaker, replaced the 20 amp fuse and now all I get is the Door message. I also noticed that it fused the outside switch on the right side of the door so I had to open the switch up and un-fuse it. This is for a whirlpool GMC305PRS01 Wall Oven/microwave combo unit.

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