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Not working model # jvm1339bw 002

We had a power outage overnight.the microwave, did not reset. I have power at the outlet. checked the fuse inside the control panel of the microwave,its ok.. could there be a reset button? This model was made Aug-1996.

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Check the main internal fuse. Unplug it, unscrew and take off the cover, the fuse should be easily found in the back by the power cord. It looks like a regular fuse but is white instead of clear glass because microwave fuses are special. You'll have to measure it with a meter as a result and be sure to replace it with the same kind. (try finding them at radio shack) Hopefully there isn't something more serious also.
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