Question about Kenmore 63663 Microwave Oven
It is possible that the magnetron is faulty as there is a load indication to the board. it can also be the failure of the capacitor, the board or a faulty thermal switch.
check the Thermal cut off switch, check the capacitor or disconnect the magnetron to confirm if the fault changes.If so you have identified the fault.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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