Question about Microwave Ovens
Unplug the unit open the back and looking beside the where there power cord attach and see if there is an a/c power fuse that maybe blow if it have one replace and plug back in
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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There is a dead short in side the microwave... this is causing the breaker to trip...however you should also replace the breaker to the microwave, as that should trip before the MCB...unless both are tripping at the same time...
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