Question about Samsung Microwave Ovens
First check to see if it tripped a house fuse. If you have power to the oven and no light or display, you may have a bad thermal fuse or even a faulty door switch. It will need serviced by an authorized service facility.
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You need an ohm meter. This is probably a magnetron that is overheating. Sometimes a vent can get blocked by a curtain or something similar that gets pulled to the unit when the fan is running, or a bad or slow cooling fan can cause this or a bad magnetron. Be sure to short the high voltage capacitor before you do anything else in there. There should be a thermal fuse on or near the magnetron. Some units have a self resetting 'TCO' or thermal cut out. Some have a one time fuse. Some TCO's fail to reset after cycling a few times. These are usually a 'disc' type and are round , usually about the size (diameter) of a nickle and about 1/2" tall. Check for continuity, you should have zero ohms or resistance.
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