Question about Microwave Ovens
Whirlpool RM280PXAQO Wiring to the bake element has one leg with 110v and 0 volts on the other leg. Wiring checks out OK from element to relay. Is the relay the problem ??? Replacement part ???
Remove leads from heater and carry out resistance test to see if heater is ok. you have checked the voltage so presume you have a meter.if not test voltage on both sides of heater connect directly to ground and other lead on ground of heater you should have a voltage if not you have a ground fault
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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