Question about Emerson Black Microwave Oven
You should check it make sure that the microwave is the only unit on the breaker. If there is another appliance that is drawing power from that particular breaker, because the MW pulls that much power, it will trip the breaker.
I had the same issue, and a relative that was an electrician told me to check this. I did, and found the can opener and toaster on the same circuit. I put the microwave on its own, and it hasnt tripped since..
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008
The cheapest way is to break the stud out with a small, strong, flat screwdriver. The give way quite easily. Then a normal multispline should do the job. Check for loose wires and loose solder connections on the display panel. You may even have a fuse that's hanging by a thread, hence the intermitency. Regards and good luck. JUS004
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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