Question about Hamilton Beach HB-P100N30AL-S3 - 1.1 CF Microwave Oven, White
This happens 70% of the time and will blow the fuse after running for more than 5 minutes. Have had other more powerful microwaves plugged into these same outlets with no problem.
Possible that there is a short within , if there is sparking then the magnetron is defective. If not check for shorting in the capacitor, check the mains transformer or the secondary supply. Isolating the circuit will confirm which part produces the short. Please be careful when you work with the power connected.
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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