Question about Maytag MMV5156AAS Microwave Oven
Hello - one of my children decided to see how well metal works in a microwave and decided to heat up a can. As expected, the microwave now does not work. The fan comes on, the turntable turns, all the electonic functions work on the panel - it just will not heat. What would I need to replace to get this working and would it just be cheaper to buy a new one? I can probably do the work to replace but if the part is going to cost me over $200, then it is not worth it. Thanks much for any help you can provide.
Your child could have fried your magnetron. check for its price and if its a little less than a new oven then just buy a new one.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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