Question about CDA Microwave Ovens
Unit clearly taking power, as we have LED display and turntable turns, but there's no heating taking place. What needs replacing?
If you have no power in the microwave, check to see if the outlet is good by plugging something else into it. If there is power, you may have blown the internal thermal fuse, or the door switch may be defective. Either of these will keep your microwave from working. The thermal fuse protects both you and the oven by blowing if there is too much power going through it. When a fuse blows, it means that the wire inside that conducts electricity has broken, usually because of an electrical overload. When it blows, you need to have a professional microwave repair person replace it. If this is not the problem, it may be that your door switch has become defective. If the door switch isn't working properly, it won't let the circuit complete to operate microwave components.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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