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My kenmore clock, fan, and light works,but does not want heat food. What could be the problem?

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It is probably a burned magnetron, sorry to tell you that a magnetron is the heart of the device (it is what produces the MICROWAVES) so it is almost the price of a new microwve oven.

You could ave it cheked could be just a fuse as well...

Good luck!

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