This model number does not come up in the database,if it is Canadian or European we can not get the parts numbers for you.
There are thermal fuses in most microwaves that can cause this problem, they are dime size and maybe 1/.4 to 3/8 in thick and have two wires on them. The are tested for continuity with a volt ohm meter.
had that been stated at the onset I would never have entered into this conversation. If you test the components as I described and find a bad one you may purchase one at a local repair shop,otherwise take it to a Canadian repair shop since I have no access to their data base.
THIS TONE GETS YOU NO SYMPATHY ON MY PART. I WILL NO FURTHER DIGNIFY THIS BY ANY FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE. YOU HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED AS TO THE PROPER REPAIR PRICEDURE AND APPARENTLY DO NOT CARE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. HAVE A BLESSED DAY
What say we all calm down and see if we can figure this thing out.
When the unit is operating in defrost mode can you hear the magnatron engage? It sounds like an on, and off drain of power by the unit.