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I need a fuse-- part number 314012, 12A or ces6 12A

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Any electronics parts supplier should have a 12A 250v ceramic fuse. I get mine at RadioShack.
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Where can I get main board diagram with parts list for an unidentified microwave oven?


Hello Danielle Carter,

Fact is... you are not looking for a fuse...

You need t know why that fuse OPERATED (Blow'd)...

Before we start...
An annoying little known trivia about micro-waves...
If used for EMPTY or for softening single pats of butter
they will soon self destruct (eat themselves... burn-out... fail).

When they do... their "micro-wave-generator" (magnetron) will
consume much more energy and cause the primary (most likely solitary fuse to operate)... "blown fuse".

Would that you had included a model number... (but alas)...

Unidentified... indeed!

Looking up your own model number on eBay or better GETTING your REAL PART NUMBER off of your original parts sheet will allow you to shop for the VERY BEST PRICE.

Sears has an excellent reference library... but if you want the same part you can get everywhere else for the HIGHEST price
SEARs ($$$$) is (not) your place...
(3 estimates... always!).


Don't forget to get that SPARE FUSE...!

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No power. Is there a fuse?


yes their is a fuse. either a 20 amp or 15 amp fuse. you need to ohm the fuse out to see if it is good

May 19, 2011 | Frigidaire FMT118E1W Microwave Oven

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I have a sharp carousel microwave with a blown fuse can i fix this myself?


There is usually a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave, mounted at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. It will either be in line with the power cord, or on a small circuit card called a line filter. You will need to uninstall the oven (if this is an over the range model), UNPLUG it and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacturer and model. Parts are available at any of the following websites: searspartsdirect.com pcappliancerepair.com appliancepartspros.com repairclinic.com The first three sites include illustrated parts listings that can help you locate and properly identify any parts you may need. The microwave oven may also equipped with various thermostats that (if blown) can cause similar symptoms to that of a blown line fuse. So, if the line fuse is NOT blown, you may want to check all the thermostats to see if they are still good. You will need to remove each one and measure across the terminals with a multimeter. A good reading is 0 ohms. NOTE: The thermostats typically will trip if the oven cavity has been overheated. Cooking items that are high heat producers such as popcorn or baked potatoes in rapid succession can often cause this problem. Allowing the oven cavity to cool a few minutes with the door open between cooking can prevent this from occurring.


If the line fuse is blown, you can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Ceramic Slow Blow fuses are recommended.

If the model number you listed this question under is correct, there are some excellent parts illustrations and a wiring diagram listed at searspartsdirect.com. The line fuse is listed as item 1-3 under the Oven/Cabinet parts section. FYI: If you cannot find your model number listed on some websites, use the part numbers from the Sears website as your search criteria. Some model numbers do not cross reference, but the part numbers may.
If you have any questions, or need additional assistance troubleshooting, please post and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit. These ovens can blow a fuse by simply sitting idle. This can occur from any power fluctuations, brown outs, voltage spikes, etc. Or, it could be the symptom of a component that may have failed. If you find the internal fuse blown and replace it, only to have it blow again, you have a more significant problem than a simple blown fuse.

Nov 19, 2010 | Sharp R-303CW Convection / Microwave Oven

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No power to microwave


There is usually a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave. Its usually mounted at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. Unfortunately, you will need to uninstall the oven (if this is an over the range model), UNPLUG it and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacture and model. I found this illustration at pcappliancerepair.com based on the model number you listed this question under:

http://pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php

The line fuse is listed as item 28 in the drawing. Keep in mind, there are also a couple of thermostats listed that may also cause no power problems if blown.

One is listed as item 29 (part number 8183703) under the same drawing. The other is listed under the "Airflow" section as item 5 (part number 8183697). The humdity sensor can also be a source of problems when it becomes old. If you managed to overheat the oven any time recently, you may want to check these thermostats and sensors to see if they are still good. They should read 0 ohms when measured out of the circuit.

If the line fuse is blown, you can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Ceramic Slow Blow fuses are recommended. If you wish to order on line, use the part numbers to search by comparison as the model number you listed this question under may not be available at all the websites I have provided. The parts, however, ARE listed.

If you have any questions, or need additional assistance troubleshooting, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit. These ovens can blow a fuse by simply sitting idle. This can occur from any power fluctuations, brown outs, voltage spikes, etc. Or, it could be the symptom of a component that may have failed. If you find the internal fuse blown and replace it, only to have it blow again, you have a more significant problem than a simple blown fuse.

May 22, 2010 | KitchenAid KHMS155LSS 1000 Watts Microwave...

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Microwave is dead as a door nail


There is usually a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave. Its usually mounted at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. Unfortunately, you will need to uninstall the oven (if this is an over the range model), UNPLUG it and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacture and model. I found this illustration at pcappliancerepair.com based on the model number you listed this question under:

http://pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php


There is a line filter assembly listed as item 1420 in the drawing. This is where the line fuse is usually mounted. Keep in mind, there are different vairations on the model number you provided. You need to look at the model number you have and include all the numbers. I reviewed most of these models and they appear to all have the same parts. You can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Ceramic Slow Blow fuses are recommended. If you wish to order on line, use the part numbers to search by comparison as the model number you listed this question under may not be available at all the websites I have provided. The parts, however, ARE listed.

If you have any questions, or need additional assistance troubleshooting, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit. These ovens can blow a fuse by simply sitting idle. This can occur from any power fluctuations, brown outs, voltage spikes, etc. Or, it could be the symptom of a component that may have failed. If you find the internal fuse blown and replace it, only to have it blow again, you have a more significant problem than a simple blown fuse.

May 20, 2010 | GE JES1142SJ Microwave Oven

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Is there a fuse or breaker inside this model.


If the model number is correct, there is a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave. Its usually mounted at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. Unfortunately, you will need to uninstall the oven (if this is an over the range model), UNPLUG it and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacture and model. I found this illustration at pcappliancerepair.com based on the model number you listed this question under:

http://pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php
The line fuse is listed as item 12 (part number 56001353). Keep in mind, there are different vairations on the model number you provided. You need to look at the model number you have and include the last three letters as well. I reviewed most of these models and they appear to all have the same parts. You can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Ceramic Slow Blow fuses are recommended. If you wish to order on line, use the part numbers to search by comparison as the model number you listed this question under may not be available at all the websites I have provided. The parts, however, ARE listed.

If you have any questions, or need additional assistance troubleshooting, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit. These ovens can blow a fuse by simply sitting idle. This can occur from any power fluctuations, brown outs, voltage spikes, etc. Or, it could be the symptom of a component that may have failed. If you find the internal fuse blown and replace it, only to have it blow again, you have a more significant problem than a simple blown fuse.

May 13, 2010 | Amana AMV5164 Microwave Oven

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I have this unit and it just stopped working. NOTHING! NADA! My wife said the circuit had flipped but no one was cooking anything at the time. Do these things just short out? Lights, fan and microwave...


If the model number is correct, there is a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave. Its usually mounted at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. Unfortunately, you will need to uninstall the oven, UNPLUG it and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacture and model. I found this illustration at searspartsdirect.com based on the model number you listed this question under:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/showSubComp.pd?imageUrl=http%3a%2f%2fc.searspartsdirect.com%2flis_png%2fPLDM%2f50026410-00007.png

The line fuse is listed as item 8 (part number 3B74133K). There is a another fuse listed as item 2 (part number 3B72974C), but this is a thermal fuse for the fan motor.

You can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Ceramic Slow Blow fuses are recommended. If you wish to order on line, use the part numbers to search by comparison as the model number you listed this question under is not available at all the websites I have provided. The parts, however, ARE listed.

If you have any questions, or need additional assistance troubleshooting, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit. To answer your initial question, "yes", these ovens can blow a fuse by simply sitting idle. This can occur from any power fluctuations, brown outs, voltage spikes, etc. Or, it could be the symptom of a component that may have failed. If you find any of the internal fuses blown and replace it, only to have it blow again, you have a more significant problem than a simple blown fuse.

Apr 27, 2010 | LG LMVM1935 Convection/Microwave Oven

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Where is the fuse located?


If the model number is correct, there is a small input line filter board with a 125V, 20 AMP line fuse inside the microwave. Its usually mounted on a small input line filter board at the point where the power cord enters the back of the unit. You will need to UNPLUG the microwave oven and remove the exterior case to access. The case comes off in various ways depending on manufacture and model. I found this illustration at pcappliancerepair.com based on the model number you listed this question under:

http://pcappliancerepair.com/model-display.php


The line filter is listed as item 1420. The fuse will be mounted to this board.

You can purchase replacement fuses at any hardware store. You can usually purchase a box of fuses at a hardware store for just a little more than what the manufacturer charges for a single fuse. 125V, 20AMP Slow Blow fuses are recommended.

If you have any questions, or need assistance troubleshooting, please post back and let me know. I hope you find this information helpful.

NOTE: Make sure you take any resistance readings with the microwave UNPLUGGED and the component under test isolated (removed) from the circuit.

Apr 24, 2010 | GE JES1290 Convection/Microwave Oven

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Need a replacement fuse for an Emerson Microwave Model MW8774


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.

REPLACE THE FUSE WITH AN EXACT REPLACEMENT> DO NOT REPLACE WITH A LARGER (more amps) FUSE TYPE.

Jan 16, 2009 | Emerson MW8777W Microwave Oven

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Jennair jmc8130dds fuse blown


I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. It took me a while to locate the information you requested. To answer your initial question, "YES" you will have to pull the whole unit out to access the fuse. The fuse is located on the input filter assembly board inside the oven. You will need to remove the exterior case to access it. If you go to pcappliancerepair.com you can find helpful illustrations, along with part numbers. Just type in the model number you provided and look at drawing number 5. This is a list of all the internal controls. The fuse is listed as item number 4 in the illustration and mounted to the filter assembly (item 18). You can purchase these appliance fuses at any hardware store as long as they are rated the same (20 AMP). CAUTION: Please ensure you UNPLUG the unit before servcing any internal components. I hope you find this information helpful. If you need additional assistance, please let me know.

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