Question about Maytag MMC5000 Microwave Oven
CHANCES ARE GOOD THAT YOU HAVE BLOWN THE POWER TRANSFORMER.
I would unplug the unit and let it sit for a few minutes, unplugged.
Then re-connect the unit and try it again. If the unit is a 220 Volt unit, you may consider re-setting the breaker.
If it works, grate !
If it does not, well junk it, the chances are good the power unit is shoot and unless really new, would not be worth repair.
Hope this works for you.!
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