Question about Microwave Ovens
Whilst cooking potatoes on the cooker setting the microwave just went off. I have checked the fuse with a multimeter and there is power to the socket. Could it be an internal fuse?
I am a recently retired appliance engineer of 20 years, microwaves are not normally things worked on yourself, i would be reluctant to help normally but yes there is an internal fuse ( a special quick blow type )just inside where the wire enters the cabinet on a small circuit board, if a replacement is needed it must be exact match bought from an electronic shop, microwaves are dangerous they store powerful electric and can still shock after removing the plug, if the replacement fuse blows, there is a fault elsewhere, and i do not recommend further self repair, work with safety
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
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