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The heart of any Microwave is a part that generates the actual Microwave radiation that heats the food and liquids, it is called the Magnetron, it is the most expensive part of the oven and unless the oven is under warranty it is cheaper to just replace the oven with a new one than to have the Magnetron replaced.
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This sound like the Magnatron (this warms the food) has gone out and needs replaced! To be honest with you ,unless you can do this repair yourself it might be cheaper to buy a new oven
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Typically, no heating of food, indicates a bad Magnetron (tube) or associated components. Yes, it can be repaired. Magnetrons are not hard to replace and can be ordered online through MCM electronics. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.