Question about Whirlpool GH9185XL Microwave Oven
Check the power lines with some measure device ..and see where the power is getting short ...If it made a bang ..it means that it was a short in power somewhere .....loose wires or humidity ..
It can be just a matter of reconnecting some wires..or the main board to be out ..
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
The small bang means that the power source failed. You will need to look for shorts in the transformer and after failed capacitors and rectifiers. You can't do it by eye, you will need a multimeter.
Beware, the high tension part of the power source - the one that powers the magnetron - is storing 5,000 volts: use extreme caution and specially HighTension insulated tools when testing it, a simple passing touch with an usual tool can generate a discharge that will kill you instantly.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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