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remove the vent grill at the top, may have to slide to left after screws are removed. then you will see a screw holding the control panel, remove. then slide the panel up slightly and the panel should come off. behind the panel you fine a 20 amp 250 vac glass type fuse. remove and replace. if your MW works cool,,,,, if it does not you may need to call for service.
The first step is to check the fuse in the mains plug. If this is ok, one will have to remove the microwave cover (un-plugged) and check the internal fuse.
If this is ok, it's an electronic fault and likely to be expensive to repair.
If the internal fuse has failed, it's usually for a reason.
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Here is a link you or someone you know can use to test it, but please read the safety info: http://www.gallawa.com/microtech/cap_test.html For more help from Emerson visit here or get help using your appliance at 1-800-898-9020. Get help locating a servicer or parts at 1-800-695-0098.
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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