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How to troubleshoot and diagnose the high voltage system in a microwave oven

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man , in Microwave Oven 03 January 2012 · 2,416 views

If you're troubleshooting a no heat problem in a microwave oven, the first thing to check is the door interlock switches.

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If those check out good, then you're off the high voltage circuitry in the microwave. This video will show you how to troubleshoot the high voltage system ==> Download Video (180mb, .mov file)

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I tried to watch this video with no luck. Tried to download and watch it. All i get is a black screen with the website txt at the bottom.
Samurai Appliance Repair Man
Sep 22 2012 07:54 AM
It's a Quicktime movie, you need to have quicktime installed on your computer. You can download it for free here ==> http://www.apple.com...ktime/download/
Maybe someone is standing on the cord, cause I can't get this to work no matter what. I've had QuickTime for years. Got the klite codec pack also. no go on media player, quicktime player, mpc... It won't play on my iPad either...
Samurai Appliance Repair Man
Oct 02 2012 07:32 AM
I'm using Google Chrome on an iMac and it downloads and runs just fine. What browser are you using?

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