Question about Panasonic NN-S561 Microwave Oven
Have 2 panasonic microwaves: NN-S532 and NN-S542. I want to use 1 to repair the other. 1 is 1200W. The other 1300W. Same Invertor board & Magnetron part numbers. So what make the wattage different?
Wattage is based upon voltage & current. I would think that on the 1300W unit, either the voltage or the current is higher than that which is used on the 1200W unit.
Perhaps the magnetron in the 1300W unit is being driven harder. Are the fans the same size?, The magnetron in the 1300W could be running harder and they have a larger fan in it.
In any event, if the part numbers are the same, you should have no trouble using one units parts to fix the other.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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