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Panasonic Microwave NN-SD277W

H95 Error

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Posted 14 September 2011 - 10:56 PM

I am working on a Panasonic microwave NN-SD277WW and was able to get into a test mode by pressing Clock, Timer, Start, Power with the Hi voltage leads disconnected from the inverter. I programmed one minute and and started the microwave. It ran for 3 seconds then displayed H95. I found this test at http://www.electroni...1bf-t62888.html On answer I found on the net said that H95 meant the inverter was shorted. Can someone confirm this?

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Posted 16 September 2011 - 08:01 PM

Ensure your filament leads on the magnatron aren't open (open = bad)

need to verify that your getting 120V to the inverter (if not = bad board)

the 2 signal wires to the inverter should be showing 3VAC from the board (if not = bad board)

If the above all check good then you have a bad inverter.
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Ensure your filament leads on the magnatron aren't open (open = bad)


need to verify that your getting 120V to the inverter (if not = bad board)

the 2 signal wires to the inverter should be showing 3VAC from the board (if not = bad board)

If the above all check good then you have a bad...

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