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Is it totally dead, no lights at all? The model number should look like JVM1650ABC1.
That is not a good model number. It should look like JVM1650ABC1 and will be on the same tag as the serial number.
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Wow, I am very sorry, I have not seen that before. That model is not a good model, even though it is printed like that. I can help you access the fuse on a generic basis, if you;d like, but I can't get you model specific information.
There are two, one is a thermal fuse, one is a regular line fuse. If you remove the cabinet wrapper, the fuse is right above the control board in line with the main power coming in. The thermal fuse is mounted on top of the oven cavity and is on the left side (facing from the front). If you want to check the main fuse first, you can remove the grille from above the door and then the screw at the top of the control panel. Once that screw is removed, the panel will lift up and hinge down for access inside.
The main fuse by the control panel. The other one only opens if it gets too hot in the cooking cavity.
Hello, I see this question is still open and I was just following up to see if you require further assistance.