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I had the same problem with the same model. Died about 6 mths after the purchase but I couldn't return it. It looks like conductive rubber between motherboard and display goes bad and there is no replacement. I leared to 'live with it'.
Just make sure you press clear every time before entering cooking tim. (Beeper still works so I know that I pressed a button)
The fuse will be a white or gray ceramic fuse, and you really can't tell if it's blown without actually measuring it.
If a new fuse blows when you hit START, you probably have a shorted high voltage capacitor.
If you have replaced the fuse and still have no display, then it sounds like there's a problem on the control board.
The control board has a built-in surge protector which can short (and smoke) and when it does, it will cut the power to the control board, but not blow the fuse.
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