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To view the Owner's Manual with Operating Instructions just use your mouse to click on the link, which is the underlined and blue highlighted text just above.
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After unplugging the unit or following a power failure, the OPERATING LANGUAGE and TIME will need to be set again. See page 9 of the manual for details on on HOW TO SELECT THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE, and see page 10 of the manual for detailed instructions on HOW TO SET THE CLOCK feature on your microwave oven.
I did a google search for the service manual and found one from Sanyo support. From that I was able to figure out how to open the unit safely, and find the fuses and safety switches to check. I found a loose wire plugged onto the main interlock switch (don't know how it worked all this time for how loose it was...). Re-attached it, and now it works fine. WARNING! There can be very hi voltages on the inside of the uwave so you really need to be careful and know what you are doing! Also, you need a special bit to remove a couple of the cover screws.