Question about Frigidaire 1.6 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave
The little metal grease filter fell out of the underneath of the microwave. I was heating up something and tried to put the metal grease filter back in. I got it crooked and it contacted the inside of the microwave and caused a spark. The breaker to that outlet flipped, and now the microwave won't work at all.
Is this an easy fix or should I replace it?
It might be that the internal power fuse of the MW may have blown. You may have to just replace that fuse if possible. Other wise the electronics (most likely a circuit board) may have been blown.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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