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Unplug the microwave oven for 10 minutes in a attempt to reset the microprocessor ic, press and hold the start button for the same time and release. Now plug everything back in hopes it will restart, if no change! the keypad control board will need to be replaced along with other unknown parts, due to the nature of damage far cheaper to replace.
all kitchen appliances should be on ground fualt outlets & breakers,If an appliance is on a g.f. outlet it should only blow that particular outlet so all you have to do is push the reset button.Outlets and lights should be on different breakers,so that if the outlet breaker blows you will still have lights
Well I'm reaching here---if the bulb did not fracture/break then it sounds like a capacitor popped--check your owners manual for reset button but I don't think there is one for the lighting---In addition if you can see the circuit board--look for burn spot or wet spot. GL
There is a fuse that should be easy to get to behind the control panel. Will need to take the grill off first to get control panel off. Make sure unit is unplugged first. There are high voltage parts in a microwave so you should have a professional do the work if you are not comfortable with it. Would appreciate a solved rating for expert advice.