Suddenly, it doesn't work. The light comes on, it beeps when you hit the start button, but nothing happens. No fan, no turntable, no heat, nothing. My wife says it stinks like hot or smoke. Looks like it's dead, Jim.
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Dan, That unit has an inverter, that is the power source for the part that puts out the Microwave energy called the Magnetron. The inverters are expensive and I stopped doing warranty work for Panasonic beacuse of them. Some pencil pusher somewhere though it was a great idea to replace 3 common fairly inexpensive parts. with that dang inverter. Microwaves have come down a lot in cost, I would buy a new one without an inverter. Sorry, wish I had better suggestions, I DO NOT LIKE THEM. LOL Sorry! Panasonic and their distributors are always out of them and there so expensive no one wants to stock them. I have had new ones sent to me that were already bad.
No! the main fuse is okay because you would not have any power. I would check all door switches because they control light, fan, and turntable. If you are handy with a meter, set to ohms, disconnect one wire on side of switch, use meter to test, readings should show open/short when pressing the button and releasing it, replace wire to switch and repeat, if you hit one with the same readings pressed in or out, change the switch.
most microwaves do have an internal ceramic fuse either 15 amp or 20 amp the cover has to come off to locate it usually at the top just behind the control board. do not touch the high voltage capacitor as it holds a charge even when the unit is unplugged.