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Every microwave I have see has a fuse in the main power input line. When it opens the MW is 100% dead. I've never heard of a reset button in a MW. Depending whether it is an over the cook top or counter type, you usually find the fuse in a front-removable panel or you have to remove the metal case. The fuse is easy to spot and is usually a ceramic tube with metal end caps in a open fuse holder.
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Here is a tip that will help you to figure out what is wrong with your
what you are to do to fix up the problem is that,put iff the the oven for some time and allow it to relax it self with out an operation, then put it on again then if it has time programming or reset button then click on an of this button for it to restart it self ,
but if this problem remain then you will have to open the the oven then trace the wire down to the panel to clean up any from of dirt or liquid around the panel then couple it back at it was with this the problem will be solve.
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