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Loud pop Our microwave was running, then there was slight "pop" and the whole control panel was out. I checked all the circuit breakers, and the outlets in the immediate area. Any suggestions? Thank You Howard

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You probably have a blown fuse (15A or 20A ceramic type) which may be caused by a blown part in the high voltage section. These are widely available at local stores. You can find exploded views and parts by entering your full model number here: http://www.geappliances.com/shop/prts/ If the new fuse blows immediately when you hit the START button, you also have a shorted high voltage capacitor. Need more help? http://www.fixya.com/ServiceRvw.aspx?advid=14&ctgid=153

Posted on Dec 15, 2006

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