Question about GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven
I have a GE Spacesaver XL 1800, Model number JVM1851CH02. My wife was cooking some vegetables when it lost all power. No lights or anything. Circuit breaker OK. Other appliances work in the outlet. Is the next step to check the fuse? If so, where do I find it. Do I have to take it out from beneath the cabinets?
Yes you do and this is not reall advisable as there is high voltage components inside.thre is normally a fault with the machine if it blows a fuse.if you want to still try then make sure yoiu unplug it and short the plug on some metal to get rid of any stored charge.the main things to blow a fuse is the door switches sticking,the bulb blowing or a fault with the high voltage system which you would need a special multimeter to yest,hope this helps
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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