Question about Microwave Ovens
WHEN WE START OUR MICROWAVE IT DOES NOT HIT UP.
Make sure the power outlet is good--try a working lamp in it. Is there a reset button in back of the unit? If still nothing, open the case and look for a blown fuse. If you find it blown, then probable causes are a shorted high voltage diode in the power supply for the magnetron or a shorted stirrer (a metal fan-like device located within the metal waveguide near where the microwave energy enters the cooking cavity) plastic bearing that has arced internally which shorts out the energy. Replace the diode, stirrer, and fuse. Test the unit with a cup of water inside the cavity (leave the case off, but keep your hands away when running)
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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