Question about Jenn-Air JMV8208A Microwave Oven
There is a ceramic fuse located on the inside of the microwave oven, unplug unit remove cover "2 to 6 screws" allow 30 seconds for the high voltage to discharge, on the right side you will see a keyboard, to the left of that you should notice a silver capacitor rectangular in shape, fuse will be near by, "whitebody with silver ends" remove and take it to a Radio Shack Store or an Appliance repairman to properly size up. When you assemble, plug unit in, "remember there are dangerous high voltages if left exposed" so make sure the top is on before using.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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