Question about Microwave Ovens
The fuse blew because there's a short inside your oven. Since it blew when you tried to use it then it's in the power supply to the magnetron or the magnetron itself. Disconnect the magnetron from the power supply and try again:
- if now the fuse doesn't blow then the magnetron is dead - junk the oven.
- if it blows again then the power source is faulty: check the transformer, the rectifiers and the filtering capacitors for shorts.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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