Question about GE JES1142SF Microwave Oven
SOURCE: Tripping of circuit breaker
Check what other appliances are on your circuit. What goes off when the breaker is tripped. You may need to relocate the microwave to a different circuit. Try to stay away from the refrigerator or AC circuits.
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
SOURCE: Opening the door blows the fuse
more than likely you door safety switch has a short and every time you pull the door open the connections arc and trip the breaker or blows the fuse.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
I'd suspect the interlock monitor switch is stuck, or its mounting bracket is out of adjustment. This is designed to blow the fuse if you try to run the oven while the door is open. The switch is supposed to open when you close the door. This switch is replaceable, but you should have this oven repaired by a professional. There are lethal voltages present with the cover off, and the possibility of microwave leakage is the repairs aren't done correctly.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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