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Microwave not working

Themicrowave is not working at all; no power. The oven works fine. i checked the home breaker and it is fine. is there a fuse in the unit to replace? If so, how do I get to it?

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  • elliotlewis Aug 26, 2007

    Thanks for your response! Ok, this is going to sound really dumb however the entire unit is built in and thus the plugs are behind the unit. I am surprised they did not have any easy way to unplug the unit. Is there an easy way to take off the trim around the microwave? It looks like a few screws on the side will allow me to remove it. The problem is that the builder of te house left very little room to get a screw driver in.

    Elliot

  • elliotlewis Aug 26, 2007

    Thanks, I will let you know shortly!

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Hi your microwave is a total separate unit. first check to see it it is plugged into your oven. If it is then to check the fuse. You will have to remove the cover first unplug the microwave remove the screws from the back and side ...pull the cover to the back remove cover. there is a small board on the right side toward the back with a dark gray cartridge fuse. that is you main fuse. you can check it with an ohm meter to make sure it is blown... let me know what you find out?

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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    Franklin Ouchida Aug 26, 2007

    yea the trim around the microwave will have to come off. to get the microwave out. I have see builders tile wall units and dishwashers in so the only way to get them out is to chip all the tile away..good luck at getting the screws out...let me know..

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