Question about Kenmore 61652 Microwave Oven
Remove the outer cover (pull the power plug first) and look for a blown fuse. If found, replace the high voltage diode and the 'stirrer' (a fan-like device located within the sheet metal wave-guide near the opening in the cooking cavity where the microwaves come into it). This stirrer has a plastic bearing that frequently arcs over and permanently shorts out the microwaves which blows the fuse. If no blown fuse is found, look for a loose or defective door-interlock micro-switch.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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