Question about Microwave Ovens
If you hear an unusual buzzing noise, the magnetron (the component that actually generates the microwaves) or other electronic module may be broken. This is not easily fixed; contact a service technician.
If there is no noise at all the fuse may need to be replaced.
UNPLUG YOUR MICROWAVE BEFORE WORKING ON IT...
Read the owners manual to locate the fuse, remove it and take it to a parts supply store. Let the technicians test the fuse for you. If ti is bad, they can give you a new fuse to install. If it is not the fuse, they can recommend a reputable repairman to service your microwave.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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