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Microwave dead, no power.

My serial # is GH 7155XKQ-0 its white. The fuse is good and power at the outlet. Is the thermosenser on this model located on the bottom front just behind the control panel? The marking on this part is PW-2R Z101 49/56. It checks open but not sure if this is the thermosenser.

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The thermal sensor is about the size of a dime, black with 2 wires to it, and attached to the oven cavity. It should be a normally closed circuit. bypassing this temporarily will show if it is open or closed. If oven works, that is your problem, but do not use oven with this bypassed. It sounds like you have some electrical knowledge, but be very careful as there is high voltage potential inside the microwave.

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