Question about Panasonic NN-H264 Microwave Oven
Where is the fuse located for the over the range microwave oven models nn-h264/s254. The microwave is not working. It is plugged in and the outlet that it is on is working. Wondering if there is a fuse somewhere on the microwave that may be blown.
If unit is built-in reove screws holding unit to cabinet.
Slide out about 2 inches to access 3 screws holding grill.
Remove grill to get to two screws holding control panel.
Fuse is behind control panel,
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
If the display is not working, there is a fuse inside the cabinet. You will need to take the unit down from the wall and open it up.
Chances are, either the controller board has failed, or something having to do with the magnetron, transformer, diode or capacitor (the microwave circuit.). More likely it's the controller, as when the microwave circuit fails, the display usually continues to display.
ALWAYS REPLACE THE FUSE WITH A FUSE OF THE SAME RATING!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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