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There is an internal 15amp bus fuse inside the unit that is likely blown. You need to remove the plastic upper grill above the door, typically there are 2 or 3 screws along the top edge or small ones in the grill to remove to get it off. Once that is off you will see a single phillips screw above the control console. Remove that and lift up on the control panel. It will lift up off the key lock slots and rock forward exposing the inside of the unit. Check in there for the fuse which looks like this. CLICK HERE
The fuse may be in the little pocket above the control console are as well you just need to look around for it. Take that out and replace it. Now if it blows right away again you have a dead short in the system, if it blows when turning the unit on to heat you have an issue with the magnetron tube or diode typically on the unit. You just have to see.
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Do you see any screws on the side of the control panel or above it? The picture did not come through.