Question about Microwave Ovens
High voltage parts are suspect. Need to put a voltmeter on the
input (primary) side to the high-voltage transformer (big heavy iron
thing in there) Should be getting 120Vac when it goes to cook
cycle. Don't touch the other (high voltage) side of this
transformer. If the power is there, you are looking at replacing
high-voltage capacitor and diode. If that doesn't solve it, then
it needs a new magnatron. Its affordable if you do it yourself - buy
the part on EBAY - lookup "universal magnatron"
Hope ya fix it!
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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