Question about GE JVM1450BA / WA / AA 950 Watts Microwave Oven
HI, the magnetron has failed at this point. the pop you herd was from the magnetron tube. i would also check the high limit capacitor as well. it may have caused this pop as well.
I would replace the capacitor(high limit) and magnetron in this case.
The failed magnetron has been automatically confirmed by the no heating issue but, the cap may be on its way out soon.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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