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In situtions such as these it can be considered that the Magnatron has passed on. Co0t of repair often exceeds the value of replacement. No fuse controls the magnatron separately from the rest of the unit so
deem it dead
With the availability of good second hand models on the market via pawn shops like Cash Converters etc one can find a very good unit with 30 day warranty for $50-100 and its already been checked over for defects
Is this a microwave you are talking about? If the clock and timer works, the light comes on and the tray revolves, but it doesn't cook food or heat stuff up, it is most likely the magnetron. Probably best to just buy another, as the cost of repairs not worth it.