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My Panasonic NN-S533 1300 Watts,don't work.

I blow the 18A fuse as soon as I try to start the microwave. I went to a local repair shop to get some more fuses and they said that first that he had not seen a 18A 250V. They wanted to give me a 20A and I wanted a 15A too. The 18A had a black line on one end. As soon as I try to run it it blows the fuse. I don't know if the line it is on has too many thing on it but nothing else has a problem unless I try to use the mic. and my deepfry at the same time then we have to reset the breaker at the box. So we try not to run both at the same time. I think it is going to take some test work to find the problem I have a craftsman autoranging multimeter. So if you can help that would be GREAT thanks for your time.
Jason / jasonwagg@msn.com

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