I hope some one can help I have a Jenair JMC7000ADB the Transformer that they made for this unit has been discontinued this transformer fit the may tag and Whirlpool unit the transformer number are the same for all Jenair Maytag and WHirlpool which is 56001221 Im trying to find a replacement for it there has to be another transformer that can fit this unit mine is makde by Eledex but they wont respond to my request of a replacement for it. The number on the transformer is DW-N95AO-16th if any one can shed some light on what transformer I can use in its place would be very helpful thank you in advance my email address is JHughis@aol.com
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That noise you hear is loose laminations in the standby/controll transformer. It is no more than a nuisance. The transformer can be replaced by contacting the manufacturer and browsing for a dealer near you. Hope that helps.
Just dont listen to Mr Miller. He rambles way off subject and will say anything to feel like he is special.
All it takes is very fist sentence where he suggests it could be magnetron bad. Geee, if that were the case your microwave wouldnt heat/cook so you wouldnt be here having a noise problem would you? Its kinda like the mechanic saying your noisy brakes could be caused by a empty gas tank.
Cause? - could be motor that operates turntable going bad, food or something lodged anywhere in moving parts of turntable operation which includes unseen area, or moving part that is been somehow bent or moved (unlikely without impact to microwave or previous work done possibly leaving something loose).
Solution? - I am ignorant of specific assembly of your microwave but on many you can access motor from bottom (unplug microwave first) and replace motor yourself if you are somewhat mechanical. The cheapest easiest 1st step would be clean very well around all parts and even clean any debris you find when taken apart, then recover and turn on to see. Not the likliest but its cheap and easy and you have to take apart bottom to replace motor anyway so not really much extra work.
jl, first, are you sure that you have power? Plug something else in to check. Also, unplug the unit, wait a full minute and repower. Sometimes this resets the units. Second, fuses are generally located inside the keypanel area. With the unit unplugged, remove the screws holding the panel on. Inside, you will find at least one fuse. You will also find thermo sensors. They are black, about the diameter of a dime and 3/8 inch thick with two wires coming out of them. Check them for continuity.
First change all the fuse and check whether it works or not, if it does not work than as per your finding the secondary transformer could be the issue, the secondary transformer tap down the voltage fro 230-240/110 to required control board voltage. the best thing if the unit is opened then the right problem can be found but as per your description either fuses are faulty or the secondary transformer.