Question about Siemens Microwave Ovens
If the fuse is hot immediately after it has blown then suspect a faulty oven element. If the fuse, the holder and surrounding area is hot then check the cleanliness and security of the wiring and connections in that area before going further.
If the fuse is not hot it is possibly a short circuit being caused by the heating of the element and the resulting expansion bringing a live terminal or wire into contact with something it shouldn't.
Posted on May 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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