Question about Microwave Ovens
I had exactly the same problem with Panasonic NN-S962. I found very useful technical guide on the following website: http://www.eletrodomesticosforum.com/es/cursos/horno_microondas/Inverter.pdf
In the troubleshooting table on pages 31-32 it correctly states that this problem is caused by shorted primary switch. The technical guide has diagrams and photos helping with locating primary switch. I ordered a replacement switch from Sears PartsDirect (part no.46-692286-3). However, it is a common Omron switch V-15G-3C25 or its replacement with 16A analog sold by Sears PartsDirect that may be purchased cheaper elsewhere. After I replaced the switch my microwave started working normally. It was the easiest fix ever. Took me more time to research the problem and find the right part than actually fix it. That's why I decided to post this solution to save time for those who experience similar problems (looks like a fairly common problem for Panasonic microwave ovens).
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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