Question about Panasonic NN-SN657SMicrowave Oven
Chances are there are other bad parts blowing the diodes, most likely a MOSFET.
Also, the ESR of the electrolytic capacitors should be checked and all board connections must be checked and resoldered if suspect.
If you're not experienced in troubleshooting switched-mode power supplies (inverters) then you can probably save a lot of timer and money by replacing the whole inverter.
You can find the nearest spare parts supplier by selecting your country then the support links at Panasonic.net.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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