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My microwave is kenmore 3850wra014a-- voltage is 110V.. my home voltage is 220v..what is the spec for transformer

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SOURCE: Voltage in home down when start microwave

Either the outlet for the microwave is not on its own breaker (which it always should be) or there is a loose screw connection or oxidation in the circuit breaker panel.

If the bad connection is on the neutral wire, this can create a dangerous condition.

You should measure (or have a pro measure) your voltage in various outlet s in the home.

If you have low voltage on some and high on others, you have a faulty neutral.

This can be serious. It should be checked.

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Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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Posted on Sep 26, 2008

SOURCE: where can I get a HV transformer for Microwave?

I went on-line and found a site that gave answers to similar problems. I found that no power to the the control board usually meant a transformer issue. I checked the leads on the transformer (with a meeter) and found that it was shot. Now I need a replacement transformer, at a reasonable price, or else I will purchase a new Microwave.

Kenmore model 665.68682891

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: how can i repair my microwave oven with a model

Try to replace the ceramic fuse located inside. you have to open the cover first

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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It is a 220V oven and will not work with a 110VAC supply.

Posted on Dec 03, 2010

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