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GE Microwave blows fuses


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Posted 19 September 2005 - 06:36 PM

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Our combo Oven/Microwave is about 20 years old and today blew a fuse for the first time (the microwave part). It's a GE (yeah, I know) model JKP60G*02. I replaced the fuse with a 15 A 250V ceramic ABC type and it ran OK for a while. I verified that the fan was working. Later it blew again while nuking dinner. Does this suggest a specific faulty component or just the beginning of a diagnostic nightmare (or a hunt for a new microwave)?

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