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N Finity 121 Model 273 02 21 03

This unit will not respond to the on/off switch. Power at the receptacle is good.

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    tcnine Sep 10, 2015

    Same model no. Same problem.

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if unit has electronic controls, verify that the fuse/s ain't blown. also check wire connections probably a broken wire from main source.

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Whenever the cooktop lamps blow or when they are removed or installed while the oven has power, the filaments can internally short, causing a surge which can blow the microwave's fuse and damage the circuit board.

I would suggest that you first check and replace the fuse in the oven.

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