Thank you for that information. This could be the outlet first verify that there is actually power there by plugging something like a lamp in place of your microwave. if that is all good and the lamp etc works in that outlet then its likely the fuse inside the microwave has failed for one reason or another.
It is a special fuse "ceramic" but like the old style automotive fuses it will be near the start capacitor. once you open the cabinets screws. Many local hardware stores will have a replacement fuse but if yours doesn't let me know and I can provide a place to order one. Please don't lose the fuse you will need to bring it with you to be sure you get the correct values with respect to voltage and amperage.
A word of caution is in order here.
WARNING microwave ovens can retain a deadly charge in the large silver capacitor if the unit failed in certain ways even when unplugged for the supply outlet!!!
Its a very good idea to stay away from that capacitor and don't touch bare contact on wire ends. You will see the capacitor near the fan.
If the fuse failed due to a power surge that you may not be aware of then this may work as the fix for this. But if it still doesn't work there is likely a damaged component that we can troubleshoot with you if you have a meter for testing handy.
If you feel unsure about this it would be best to have someone who understands electronic appliances for safety reasons.
In any case please let me know how it goes. I am here please ask me about anything you may be unsure of before proceeding.
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