Question about Emerson Microwave Ovens
You have checked the circuit breaker - RIGHT?!?!? Looked for a tripped GFI?!?!?
Unplug the machine ... Remove the cover. DONT TOUCH THE SILVER CAN - LETHAN
Look for a fuse on the floor of your machine near where the cord enters. If you have a volt/ohm meter, check it with that meter. If you dont know what Im tralking about, get a paper clip, a flash light light and a flash light battery.
Bend the clip in a manner that will allow you to touch the both the bottom of the battery and the side of the flash light light while put place the metal tip of the light on the top of the battery. The light should lilght.
Now, place the fuse between the bottom of your battery and the end of your paper clip. If the light lights, your fuse is good. If it doesn't llight, your fuse if probably bad.
Get a replacement at an appliance or auto parts place.
I hope this solves your trouble.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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