Question about Microwave Ovens
I'd say the magnetron is overheating and the magnetron thermostat (doing its job) is opening up thew power to allow it to cool.
When it is running, do you hear / feel the cooling fan? If not, that may be the problem, otherwise, I would suspect your magnetron has failed.
They should offer a magnetron warranty beyond the normal one-year warranty.
They're at http://www.mcappliance.com/
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Posted on Mar 04, 2008
No never heard the cooling fan kick on after it shuts down, no power at all.
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