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Panasonic microwave oven Model no. NN-CS2003s/NN-c2002W

Hi!
I am facing frequent problem of microwave oven.
After cooking or boiling potatoes/lentil for 30 min.Microwave oven stop functioning. I checked the fuse it is working OK.The service centre is saying coil has gone. It happened 3 times in row within 6 months. What will be the probable causes so that I can fix the problem.It was a brand new product purchased from the Lulu store.
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