Question about Kenmore 63663 Microwave Oven
If is a newer unit, it may have a type of power supply that uses a diode or diode bridge located pretty close to the input.
I suspect this is shorted.
This is not a job you should undertake since the part may be kind of tough to find if easy to replace.
If you want to keep the unit, look for a repair shop in your area; they might even have the part in stock.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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