Question about Microwave Ovens
Posted by Anonymous on
Unless you are familiar with high voltage circuits I will not advice you to probe within. But keep this advice in mind when you call a technician for an estimate. Check if the high voltage capacitor has failed, if so the thyritron will not work and have micro waves. Also check for the fuse to the main circuit from the transformer. If the relay of the main circuit does not click when the microwave is switched , check the timer pcb. You can also have a failed thyritron but this must be reviewed for a reasonable estimate.
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