Question about Goldstar MV-1320W/B Microwave Oven
I'd suspect the relay located on the pcb to be shorted, as in the contacts welded/stuck together. This isn't available separately from Goldstar, as it comes with the circuit board. The board will probably be prohibitively expensive. If you have the know-how, remove the board so as to make working on it easier. Remove the relay lid and using a points file or emery cloth, clean them up. My experience with this, is the repair works great. The relay lid may never fit again, as most of them are "sealed", and not designed for removal. Of course, a replacement relay with roughly the same specs could replace the defective one. These are usually 120v spst, normally open.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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