You have a problem that would be easy to address.
Thre are a couple of micro-interlock swithes that enable
or disable the unit; ready for power when the door is shut,
disabled from power when the door is open.
Try the most obvious, and spray some contact cleaner
in the opening where you can see these small interlocks,
usually in the unit's door jamb, at the microwave, near the right edge.
Quickly, before the contact cleaner dries, try opening and closing the door several
times to work the cleaner into the contacts.
If this doesn't work, it should be a repair that would be straight forward.
I would charge about $100; shop around, different shops; you may even get it
Best of luck!
I was my understanding that I would get the
Im I correct or incorrect in my understanding that I can have my microwave repaired by you and have the $48 I am sending you by pressing ACCEPT applied towards the repair?
If I am correct, How do I get my microwave to you?
I apologize for the miscommunication. I was stating that if I were in your locality, about $100 is what I'd charge, to let you know that's probably less than a lot of other places in your locality may charge to fix it. They may give you a price break if you have some one help you bring it in to the shop, if my ideas above don't help. The best thing, would be to
look on Craigslist.org, and look uner skilled services, for San Antonio. I advertise there in my area.
Again, my apologies, thank you!
That proves it. I'm an idiot!
I'm glad you're exploring all your options, thank you for being so inquisitive.
Please let me know if there is anything in particular I can help with, thanks.