Question about Microwave Ovens
Last night when using my microwave i started to smell something burning when the timer when off i noticed it was not my food. When I went to heat something else it had no power and the circuit breaker on that outlet had tripped, I reset the circuit breaker and the plugged the microwave back in and it came on, all the lights come on, the table turns and the noise it makes is the same but now it is not heating anything, also when i tried to use again on a different outlet everything came on great but it still would not heat the food, but the outside metal part of the microwave is getting hot to touch, is this something that can be repaired easily by me or do i need a tech? Is the repair expensive going to be more than replacing it?
I would suspect you have a failed high voltage transformer or maybe magnetron.
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Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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