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Plug a lamp in the wall receptical in place of the microwave oven, if okay! it means the main fuse in the oven has blown. There are a number of reasons why this happens, a bad fuse, door switch that has malfunctioned, "common" cracked high voltage diode, shorted capacitor, and an open magnetron. I suggest a professional.
The drawer often stops working when it is abruptly stopped while
opening and forced closed or vice-versa. To fix, simply do the
following: 1) Push the draw all the way closed 2) Push the "Setup" button repeatedly until the "Open/Close ...?" appears. 3) Hold the Start Button until the time reappears in the display. 4) Repeat steps 2 & 3 three more times 5) Unplug the Microwave for 30 minutes. The
drawer is now reset. The drawer will now open electronically
(automatically) either by pushing the open button on the panel or by
pulling the drawer handle slightly.
Hi the problem will be with the touch panel membrane or the controller. if yoiu can hear a click when the start button is pressed then the touch panel is OK asnd you should look at the controller which can be replaced as a unit or if you are up to it it's probably the main cook relay that has failed.