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Sharp microwave mymicrowave came on then buzzed and completly turned off. no lights ,no clock,nothing

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  • dkconnor Jul 06, 2008

    sharp model 1450. It was working fine for a few minutes, then had a very loud buzz/humm and went dead. No clock/Lights/Fan or anything. I have checked the outlet it was plugged in to, and it is fine. The microwave is about 13 years old now and gets used a lot every day.

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If it died as soon as you hit the Start pad, it probably has a shorted high-voltage capacitor. If it died a few seconds after you hit Start, it may be a shorted high-voltage transformer. Can you describe in more detail what happened? Have you checked the outlet for power? Have you checked the fuse inside? I'm happy to help you.

Posted on May 14, 2007

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