Question about GE SpaceMaker Microwave Ovens
I need a good picture of the area where the capacitor is and the wiring around it.
If I'm going to reply at all, I have to warn you not to go near the insides of a microwave unless you understand how to discharge the HV capacitor. It can hold lethal voltage even when the oven is unplugged. Do not depend on a self-discharge resistor, it may be faulty or not there.
I can't find a photo of that particular model, but here is one of a typical layout.
The HV capacitor is typically a metal can about 5" long, like this
It may also be cylindrical.
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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