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When magnetron shorts out is thermostat attached to magnetron housing automatically shot? along with magnetron?

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I can't say. It was expensive to replace the magnetron that we decided to get a new one. It was maddening that it lasted only 4 years

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  1. Fig. Thermostat mounting-2.2L engine
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