Question about Sharp R-3H88 Microwave Oven
If it was in cook mode then a loud pop and it died, it sounds like the High Voltage Capacitor shorted, blowing the line fuse. You need an ohm meter to go through the high voltage section to check everything before you replace the fuse (which will blow again immediately).
BE CAREFULL!!!!! If you take the cover off, be sure to short across the terminals on the high voltage capacitor just in case.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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