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Out of power. I checked power line but it's okay, I think oven himself no power.

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Either the fuse is blown or the power supply is fried out. You can use a voltmeter to check

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BEFORE DOING ANYTHING DISCONNECT OVEN FROM POWER. I do NOT recommend doing repair by yourself, if you NOT are really very familiar with electric repair, or have at least basic training in electric device repair and maintenance.
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This is mostly caused by loose connections on wiring socket, and can be anywhere inside. Check security micro switch on door latch. This switch normally disables only running the oven when door is open, for security reasons. In your case, it seems that opening door disconnects oven from input power. Sometimes the switch is loose, or wires are not firmly pushed in the socket. If the power line wiring is loose, and by opening door looses contact with socket, it can touch metal housing inside, cause short, electric shock, serious even mortal injury and fire. This is dangerous high voltage switch, and to access it one must open oven from the back and take off the cover. I do not recommend doing it by your self.
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If you can take off the cover of the microwave and find where the power cord goes into the back of the unit you will see where the three wires from your power cord branch out, black, white, and green. Look to see where the black wire goes and it will usually terminate at a small circuit board and the fuse will usually be mounted on that board. Sometimes that black wire will have an
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Assuming your power line voltage is okay, it would not surprise me that after 27 years, your high voltage capacitor is drying out and increasing its capacitance. This will cause variance in the high voltage output, which can stress the magnetron and increase current consumption.

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