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As i already answered... As with all 240 volt appliances... if one breaker pops... you can't see it because it is a double breaker. You have to shut it down then turn it on. Ask again if it still doesn't work.
it sounds like something shorted in the clock assy. check the elements to see if they are damaged,sometimes they blow apart and also take out the clock assy.when you change the bulb anywhere you want to make sure the power is off to it,shut off the light switch and when you open the door hold in the door switch or just unplug it or kill the breaker,you can try to get the rest of the bulb out with a pair of needlenose plyers,next time send the model number and i can look up your machine to help you find out how much the part is and part number.
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Microwave ovens have a transformer inside them that puts out thousands of volts in order to create the "microwave" that cooks the food, but the clock and controls are on the circuit before that transformer. Most of the times the transformer is bad and depending on how much you paid for it, not worth the repair bill unfortunately. But thats why you see the clock, even though the fuse blows. I am assuming you mean the Microwaves INTERNAL fuse, if not then it is a model with a battery backup to not loose data like your alarm clocks do sometimes, therefore you would show the clock but not be able to start the Microwave. If it is the fuse or breaker in your panel that blows, then either the breaker is weak, or the transformer it shot. If it is 120volts, try plugging it into another outlet by either moving it or use an extension cord from another outlet you know work..if it starts, then you either have a bad breaker or some other electrical issue with the receptacle and should get a LICENSED electrician out, I say that because I am a Master Licensed Electrician and just because they say they are an electrician means nothing unless you see their license,plus ins. usually wont pay if there were a problem if an unlicensed person were used. I hope I helped, if so please give me a thumbs up!
I have the same problem with a DACOR ECS 130 and also set the breaker panel switch to OFF to prevent the light from turning on-off or staying on. It might help to unplug the touchpad connector behind the control panel or it may be a problem relay on a circuit board. I've had the problem for several years but will start work on it tomorrow because we do not bake often at my house.
P.S. I'm not an appliance tech but have had problems with the DACOR DM024 microwave( made by SHARP) and the DACOR raised vent. I think DACOR products are junk. The raised vent problem required replacing the entire circuit board!
Bill ,i dont suspect the control unit is the problem im going back to the loud pop you heard I would say the pop you heard was one of the elemants blowing and that the reason the the breaker tripped if you say the clock,timer and light functon are ok it more so points to an elemant in most cases when an elemant blows it breaks the circuit .but the other componants also work when you reset the breaker i think in this case bill i would call a electrician it needs testing,sorry i could not help this time bill,but do not hesatate to contact me if i can help you again.adrian
there is a 15 or 20 amp fuse behind the control panel. turn power off at breaker, remove control pand the fuse will either be round and the size of a quarter, screwed in or will be about an inch long and cliped into place