Question about Panasonic Microwave Ovens
Quietly popped an internal fuse (10A) during use and went dead. Replaced fuse, display/controls working fine but died when START pressed. Replaced fuse again, removed blown/broken heat element in top (grill?) insulated the wires to that - now not blowing same fuse but still dead. Is there a 3rd fuse position I've missed? HELP!!!
No 3rd fuse as far as i know just the two on the mains pcb and the plug i would test all three fuses again but if the short has gone back up to the control panel them that might be why its not coming back on if it has blown the control pcb it will show up as ablack mark on the pcb sorry cant be nore help its the sort of thing i would need to see as it could be a door micro switch as well gd luck dont forget to unplug the unit
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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