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Microwave not heat all electronics work

Microwave does not heat, new letter by the time "d". All of the electronics work, but it is not heating. Any thoughts? The manual was useless.

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SIR,

the fuse that controls the temperature of the microwave is open... it should be replace... use a tester to test it plss... also check other components for busted or open ones, then replace them.... the heating element should also be ceck for damage... tnx

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