I blew it, can't find one ANYWHERE online, and if you can, that would be awesome! This specific Emerson MW8111SS had a sentimental value to a friend of mine, and all I want to do, is replace the WHOLE THING!!
please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for the help, Heidi
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You also may want to take a close look at the control panel. I found a grouping of 3 resistors at approximately center of the board that were cut on one end. Probably a design change poorly done. Somehow, just out of the blue, those loose ends touched and blew that fuse. Removed resistors........problem solved.
Unplug first and remove top,Yes! the fuse is located in the right side of the microwave oven, follow wires from the keypad to the main circuit board, look for a silver rectangular capacitor and discharge voltage across the two points, there should a small fuse clipped in, pop it out and replace with the same current rating, keep in mind the fuse sometimes go's if one or more of the door switches is defective. Remember there are lethal voltages present when powered.
Maybe I am confused, or don't understand your question. But your model runs on 110 current and is >>>>>>>>>>>> 1,100 watts. Breaker in panel needs to be 20 amp to run best, and nice to have on separate circuit if able. Thanks mike
I have the same model and it just turned off by itself and refuses to come back even with it plugged in the wattage that I have is 1000watts. I thought it was my electrical outlet not working but it works fine with other appliances....any suggestions would be of great help...thanks!