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Our Expert microwave buld blew and now...nothing

We tried to replace the buld under the unit, and it broke off in the socket. we got it out, and now the unit will do nothing at all. no lights, no nothing. the fuse is fine and our main breaker is fine. we have seen that you suggest repairing the board and when we search for you on yahoo...we find nothing. please let us know where to go and what to do...the search on yahoo does nothing for us. we have a 2001 year "Expert" (distributed by LG)microwave model number exv1511b

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Have you checked the 10 amp internal fuse. It is located where the pwer lead enters underneath the cover

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no, no, no,,,its far to dangerous for you to open up the case of your microwave to change a light buld,,,
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inside your microwave there are 1000,s of volts stored up in a capacitor if you tuch it you could kill yourself
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