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The Goldstar MA-960M (also 961M and 963M) is 850W, 0.9 Cu.ft. The MA-1080M (1081M and 1083M) is 850W, 1.0 Cu.ft; MA-1280M (1281M and 1283M) is 900W, 1.2 Cu.ft; MA-1523M is 900W, 1.5 Cu.ft. Source: Technical Specifications listed in original user manual for MA-960M.
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I would suggest that the overheat stat on the magnetron has blown. If you are happy it's a simple thing to do but just make sure you disconnect from the mains before removing the cover and make sure that the High voltage capacitor is discharged. If you are not sure a qualified service tech will be able to fix this for you at little cost.
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include your model number MA-1000Was well as the answers to these questions:
When you try to microwave are the inside light, internal cooling fan and turntable all working?
Is there any unusual noise or is it louder or quieter than normal?
A loud buzz, hum, or groan is usually a
shorted high voltage rectifier diode, but a sound like gurgling into an
empty coffee mug is one symptom of a failed magnetron, and yet the mag can
be bad without that sound. We have a sound clip of what a microwave should sound like when the cooling fan and high voltage section are working.
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