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No sf15h250v fuse anywhere!

I have the same problem. I googled a fuse company (1-800-739-9145) that specializes in fuses, and they say for a ceramic fuse, all they have in the 3/4" is 12.5 amp or 16 amp, and they cost $20 plus maybe $6 shipping. Heck, you might as well buy a new microwave. America is unbelievable, aye?

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You just solder the inputs, extend them to your fitting needs.

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These are normally a special ceramic type and I have seen these simply give up when a microwave oven door is slammed shut a bit too hard. Recently happened to me.

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Please understand there are some liability issues that Emerson or their parts supplier have in selling you the fuse.

You should be able to find one by going online and searching with the terms you gave, using Google. I just did, and there are a number of hits to choose from.

Try Sears Parts Direct or Repair Clinic as well. You will need to enter your model number to find the parts listing.

In all likelihood, you have a failed controller board or microwave circuit (magnetron, transformer, diode, capacitor). Be prepared for additional troubleshooting.

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