Question about GE JVM1750SMSS Microwave Oven
A mains "spike" has probably broken the fuse. Replace the internal fuse if you are qualified and competant to do so, otherwise get a repair person in to repair it.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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your appliance has absolutely no functions at all, remove it from the
mains supply, remove the case and see where the mains lead goes in to
the appliance and follow the cable until you find the main fuse.
ONLY USE THE SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE TO REPLACE IT.
The usual cause of this fuse failure is the door switches are contaminated or sticking. Check the door switches before putting power back on to the appliance.
Hope this helps.
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