You must remove the fuse from the circuit board to check it. More than likely it's blown. A continuity test while in the circuit will always show the fuse as being good due to feedback through the circuitry.
I contacted the comapny via email on their website and apparently this model was produced under the Oster name by another company. Since then, the company has shut down, disconnected all numbers, and took down the website. They are trying to resolve the issue but I have not been told any thing other than my name is on a list.
Mine went out 4 months after I got it for Christmas 2007. I have spoke with Oster & they said for me to trash mine. I followed their instructions and mailed back the power cord along with my receipt & they were suppose to refund my money. Haven't heard from them & the phone # doesn't work any longer. 866-866-6283, do you still have your warranty paperwork, if so it is a different phone? thanks
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Hi, could be faulty thermostat, can you check compressor, is compressor running (working), listen to compressor for clicking sound, unplug it(switched off) for about 20 minutes, replug and let it run (work) for another 20 mins. see if temp. drops, what about temp. inside bottle (wine) cooler, is it 98 or colder, more info. could be valuable. check thermostat, check to see if compressor operates, if cooler temp. 98. remove you products, to another cooler, call mechanic.
Ok, fist problem was unit quit working..if it quit cooling yet lights still worked inside and still had power readings on door is not power coord. If the unit stoped cooling is probably fuse and there are two of them in back of unit. One fuse clearly can be seen, the other is coated with a black shrink fit coating and is not well seen. This second fuse is the problem, you will need to replace it. I have same unit and this is what I had to do to get it cooling again.
blown fuse in back panel, there are two of them, one you can see, one is in black shrink rap, this is probably problem fuse. It was on my unit and had to cut away the shrink rap and solder in new fuse. Found the problem fuse in top left of panel in back of unit, hope this helps.
Ther are two fuses in back panel of unit. One fuse can be seen other is hidden top left of panel and is coated in black shrink rap. I had to replace that fuse to correct the problem. Problem is I had to cut away shrink rap and resolder another fuse, you may have to have someone who can do this look at your uint. Hope this helps.
just replace the 5amp fuse on circuit board with a 6.3amp. tada!
use an exacto knife to remove the shrink wrap on both ends of old fuse. heat ends with a soldering iron and pull away old fuse. solder new 20mm in line fuse holder from radio shack to both poles insert 6.3amp fuse and done. at least mine works again! $6.00 total cost!
I'm not sure how you ended up under this classification;
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but your problem with an undescribed brand and model will not likely ever get a response.
I think your question is in regards to a microwave oven.
Try reposting it with the correct brand and model #.