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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blown transformer
Do you know the Input and Output voltage on this transformer? The only advice I got 4u is to find the Identical/similar Input/output/wattage for this transformer or find a shop that can rewind a new wire's on that transformer. Hope this may help you
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
SOURCE: blown fuse
usually these step up transformers are design for one appliance at a time , let me know the brand and model number of transformer so I can get the specs info , does the stereo also shuts down?? let me know AJ
Posted on May 09, 2008
A0 51 3B 27 17 7D D0 28
F0 CF C3 01 F1 2D AB B8
BC B6 BB DD 97 AD 11 63
42 B7 84 3E BE 8C 4E 65
hope this helps
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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causes are an open thermal protector or thermal fuse but could also be blown
fuse in HV area of microwave (somewhat uncommon in domestic microwaves).
Less likely causes are failure of other parts in the HV area.
If the main power fuse is located in the primary of the high voltage
transformer rather then at the line input, the clock and touchpad will work but
the fuse will blow upon initiating a cook cycle. Or, if the fuse has already
blown there will simply be no heating action once the cook cycle is started.
There are other variations depending on whether the cooling fan, oven light,
and so forth are located down stream of the fuse.
Some models may have a separate high voltage fuse. If this is blown,
there will be no heating but no other symptoms. However, high voltage fuses are
somewhat rare on domestic ovens.
A number of failures can result in the fuse NOT blowing but still no
A shorted HV diode, magnetron, or certain parts of the HV wiring would
probably result in a loud hum from the HV transformer but will likely not blow
the main fuse. (However, the HV fuse - not present on most domestic ovens -
Depending on design, a number of other component failures could result in no heat as well including a defective relay or triac, interlock switch(s), and controller.
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