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does the light come on when you open the door or is this completely dead ?
No no light maybe one of the bulbs are bad would take cause it all to shut down?
Wow, is this really working now? I kept getting messages that I had to pay more money and with the few answers I got..due to the company's password XXXXX with my account, were not enough info to help me with my problem. SO, I have power, have replaced the fuse..and the micowave is still "dead" no lights..nothing. What do I try next? I do have an electrical meter that checks a few functions..with various dials and settings.
Let see if you can help me chase down the problem.
No problem with yesterday, I know things get busy.
I do understand the need to unplug the microwave first. I have this digital multimeter but don't know much about using it... which direction do I follow? AC voltage measurements? DC volt measurements? DC current measurements? Resistance Measurements up to 2000K ohms? Transistor (hFE) measurements or Diode Measurements? Which of these tests for continuity? and I disconnect one wire from the cutoff and then, with the proper setting to test, as you direct, what do I touch the leads to to test for the continuity on the meter?
I will go to the link suggested.. Question..behind the grill, center and above is a large, about 2" across, circular thing with a yellow and black wire attached (clip) on the front. It is larger than I expected and is labeled "ST-16F ,EX73MRAA, and 21 V AC" Is that the part I am supposed to test for continuity?