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NN2909/NN-2959. My cooktop bulbs blue out together! Changing bulbs does not correct problem. Is there a fuse somewhere? Any way I can fix this problem?

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Microwave oven model number but of course their is a fuse in anything. follow power cord from wall into cooker and look for a fusible link is what I would do. Both cooktops out at once is an indication of no power.

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