Touch pad works but microwave doesn't turn on
NO the microwave doesn' t overheat or froze.
I couldn't answer to your question 100% because I don't know this model,
Some microwave don't heat if you don't set the heating temputer on, the power level. I've seen lot's of customer in the past couldn't get heat because all they press was time and didn't set the heat level.
second it is posible it doesn't heat because the magnetron power supply is burt out, this is the electronic board inside the unit below the magnetron, panasonic or know for burning this board to often, if it was I, they would have been design to inposible to blow them . Microwave have gone a long way and notice that the quality is not there no more. The old once or the same thing as the new once's but made more of plastic. The parts (main parts) or all the same design but mad to brake down after a shorter time. The older model lasted a minimum of 20 years, today they have the same magnetron but they don't last as long as before, made to brake. If they brake faster, the re sale or higher so more money to make.
To me it's just insulting to think that way, vehicule or the same , the repeat parts sales make profit go higher. It's all a tratege to make money faster and not respecting the consumer.
Third problem you may have is the magnetron is shut or the cap.
You would need a tech to tell you that part.
ps do what 99% think like trough it out, but make shure you understand you're creating polution everytime.
Jan 20, 2008 |
Panasonic NN-S563 Microwave Oven