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Hamilton beach HB-P1000N30AL-S3 microwave - Microwave Ovens

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SOURCE: I have a Hamilton Beach

maby it's the magnetron, i need more information, a good way to test the magnetron is to put a small HE-NE lamp in a glass filled with water (HE-NE lamps) are found in any radioshack (La source) store, if the lamp glowes orange it meens the magnetron is good, if it is not glowing then the magnetron is dead, (the magnetron is allmost the price of the oven) it could be a fuse but if you have to change the fuse replace it with the same type (normaly ceramic german type) NOT GLASS

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Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a Hamilton Beach

Assuming its the same as my Hamilton Beach, you first enter the cooking time, but don't press start yet, instead press power, then a number button 1 - 9 for the power level 1 for 10%, 2 for 20% etc. THEN press start as normal

Posted on Jan 08, 2011

SOURCE: I have a Hamilton Beach 900 watt microwave...when

how do i set my hamilton beach 900 watt microwave to 50% power

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SOURCE: Microwave turntable won't turn.

Return the item to the place of purchase this is a manufacture defect. The problem is caused by a defective turntable motor.

Posted on May 20, 2012

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SOURCE: Hamilton Beach hb-p90d23al-dj keeps blowing fuses

If the microwave oven is less than 7 years old the problem is in the magnetron, " the most expensive part " or the inverter board, either way costly adventure, good for target practice.

Posted on Aug 14, 2012

Testimonial: "Not an expensive oven, good advice that the fix is not worth it. I'll just get another oven."

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Hamilton beach microwave model number hb-p100n30al-s3 left unplugged all night still won't heat. Buy a new one?


I would say so. if its not heating it can be a magnetron tube or high voltage inverter circuit. For the cost of repair its not worth it.

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My 1000 watt microwave gave off electrical burning smell then stopped working


check inside after removing power... look for melted plastic or burn spot inside.. bad fuse or wire connector.. replace as needed

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Keeps blowing breaker. have switched outlets (circuits), even exchanged for new one. HB-P100N30AL-S3


Possible that there is a short within , if there is sparking then the magnetron is defective. If not check for shorting in the capacitor, check the mains transformer or the secondary supply. Isolating the circuit will confirm which part produces the short. Please be careful when you work with the power connected.

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