When I got home there was no power on the unit. I went to reset the circuit and it wouldn't reset. I then unplugged the unit and tried to reset the circuit. It reset. I opened her up and tried to test the fuse by checking for ohms. It came back with 0 ohms so I assume it is good. What next? I'm not fully confident with tying to discharge the capacitor.
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Could it be "finger trouble"? A magnetron will fail within seconds if no food/liquid is placed in the oven cavity as there is no where for the energy to be dissipated and it will "cook" itself. Is the high voltage supply and diode pack OK?