Question about Microwave Ovens
Many newer microwaves will have power to the control panel but have the magnetron
fused. The fuse is an automotive type fuse (old style). It has a ceramic center instead of
clear. It is a slow acting fuse. Make sure unit is unplugged before servicing and
be mindful of the capacitors (metal or plastic cylinders with two connections on them)
They can hold quite a charge. The fuse will be in a holder and the voltage and amperage
are stamped on the metal ends. About 2 dollars at the appliance parts store. You may
need a security driver to remove the cover screws.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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