Question about GE JVM2070 Microwave Oven
Most have a resistor in parallel with the hi voltage capacitor,but always use an insulated screw driver to double check and discharge the cap to be on the safe side,but normally with in 30 minutes
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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Unplug your microwave and turn it around and remove the screws holding cover on and then remove the cover. Be very careful about touching electrical connections because there can still be some live current stored in the capacitor. Look for where the power cord goes into the back of the unit and follow the black wire from the cord to where it ends. It should stop an either a circuit board or a fuse holder. Make sure that you replace the fuse with the same amperage fuse as what you take out. You will find the amp rating stamped on one of the silver collars on each end of the fuse. Good luck!
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