Question about Panasonic NN-H764 Microwave Oven
Touch pad is operational but when start button is pressed the microwave clicks but no cooking action occurs. The display indicates it is trying to cook and then after a few seconds it goes back to the time mode. Is there an internal fuse that may have blown?
There is a fuse, but if this was blown nothing would work, sounds like a capacitor on the control board,just replace the board
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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