It did like this before[when it was still in warranty] and the tech at deawoo said to unplug it and let it sit for a couple hours then plug it back up. did it and it worked. but now it does nothing and i tried the same thing unplug it and let it sit then plug it back up nothing any suggestions thanks
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First, I'm not a GE tech * STOP! * Door opened should turn off all power except the display. This is a safety measure, * Unplug and DO NOT use! * Check warranty. Call for service. * Check with store or vendor for replacement. Aloha, ukeboy57
It may be a blown main fuse, or that one of the thermal fuses (cut-outs) has operated and not reset.
Take it to a competent service tech for a cost estimate (the cost may approach that of a new oven), but don't mess with the insides yourself. Microwaves have dangerous high voltage inside, possibly even when unplugged.
The first wayout is to consider WARRANTY.If the microwave is under warranty return it to the point of purchase to enjoy warranty right.But if the microwave is not under warranty another wayout is needed.
Below is the solution on how to make our microwave heat food.
1 Remove oven racks and place them in soapy water to soak.
2 Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
3 Turn the oven off and spray the inside with oven cleaner.
4 Allow to sit for 10 minutes.
5 Wipe the cleaner and dirt away with a damp sponge, rinsing frequently.
The magnetron on most all microwave ovens is tied to the microprocessor that drives the display and the input from the keypad.
Check you manual to see if it comes with a self-diagnostic (higher-end microwaves from Panasonic, LG and Jenn-Air come with them) and run it (normally kicked off by a keypad sequence).
If unplugging the microwave and plugging it back in after about 15-20 seconds doesn't correct the problem, then I'd get it serviced if under warranty. Microprocessor will need to be replaced most likely. If not covered under warranty then you're looking at out-of-pocket repair or replacement.