Question about Panasonic Microwave Ovens
Panasonic inverter type s333
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The fuse is usually a 250V 15 or 20 AMP and can be found at any hardware store. As for those screws...those are special tamper proof screws made to keep the average consumer out of dangerous appliances. There's about 4000 volts inside a microwave oven when it is energized. That's why the manufacturers don't want the average Joe tampering with it. You can, however, buy the tool required to get inside the unit for a reasonable price. I think it's less than $30 and I know Craftsman makes it. The line fuse is located on or near the input line filter board. Just follow the input power cord and you will find it. Just keep in mind, that if the fuse is blown, it usually blows for a reason. You may have other problems. Let me know if this helps you.
Posted on Jun 23, 2007
check your thermal fuse its about 2 inches long white on the outside black on the inside it has 2 wires going to it check for
cotinuity becareful of the capacitor you need to disapate that first by touching the two teminals together with a screw driver
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
Chances are if the varistor fails, it fails drastically causing a short circuit across the supply. It will sit across the supply (it will look like a thick ceramic capacitor) and you can check for continuity after isolating that at one end. If it shows low resistance (it should show almost open circuit with a Digital meter), replace it.
It need not be the culprit. If you are familiar working with High voltage circuits ( they are lethal inside a microwave ovens as the current capability is high here), you can discharge the doubler capacitor and isolate the high voltage diode to check for shorts in the HT area.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
My mother had the same problem and she was going to trash it. Me being an extreme environmentalist, dint wanna let it go to the scrapyard. Got it down to Mumbai India checked with the engineers down here and rectified it. Problem was with the Magnatron. You would need to replace it. Well this one's getting repaired and off to a institution in need like the Home for the Aged rather than some scrapyard.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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