Question about Sharp R-1610 Microwave Oven
If the oven has not run for a few minutes and is not plugged in, there
is very little chance that the high voltage capacitor has any charge
stored on it.
If you're still concerned about getting a zap that might make you get a cut when you pull back your hand on the sharp metal inside the microwave, you can discharge the capacitor. Here's how.
The magnets are in the magnetron.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2012
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