Question about Microwave Ovens
Normally when moving around you need to have the unit unplugged and standing for 8 hours. But I do not think that would cause the fuse to blow. I would advise that you call a technician especially if you do not have any experience in electrical equipments. As for the cause, should you wish to troubleshoot the device yourself, is to check for loose wires or loose connections. Most likely that the issue is on the wiring at the back of the around the compressor. Check the wires to and from the compressor and into the box. Inside the box are relays. Check for the same items and burnt parts.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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