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Microwave oven will not turn on. no light, no display.

Will nit turn on. no light, no display.

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First check breaker at breaker panel. Then if you remove the front vent and key pad you will find a paper with breakdown of unit. Look for fuse, check with a tester, if bad replace, if not check all cavity switches, approx 3 or 4, test these. One of these three checks should solve your problem.

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