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The radio SERIALNUMBER will be required for calculating a code
On some radios, pressing Buttons 6 and 1 or 6 and 2 (together) maydisplay a Serial Number
If not , then removethe radio from the dashboard.
Then post all the letters+numbers on any labels,barcodes or stamped inthe metal casing.
This information canthen be used to see if a code can be calculated
It's most likely the low voltage transformer that's part of the circuit board or a blown trace on the board. The HV transformer would only burn and smell if the unit was in a cook cycle.
The complete board assembly is only around $80. If you're really handy, you can order just the little transformer, but you'd have to remove (unsolder) the old one and install (resolder) the new one on. The circuit board is one assembly and it takes all of 30 minutes or less to replace from start to finish.
Check with Martin Microwave Inc. @ 1-877-894-0035 to order or to inquire.