Question about LG LMV1650ST Microwave Oven
Make sure unit is not plugged in. Use a Volt-Ohm Meter, on Ohms setting, and see if you have connection to the fuse holder. Put one meter lead on the BLACK ac wire, test the ac plug with the other lead (both sides) One should read. Do the same with the WHITE ac wire. One should read.If you get readings on both sides then AC Cord is good. Next check the fuse holder for signs of heat or dis-coloration. If found replace fuse holder. Always remember just because a fuse looks good does not mean it is good, and also I have replaced a fuse with a NEW bad fuse. It happens. To be sure test with meter.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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