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not a pan fan

overheated?

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Hello Guru

 

 I have a overhead Panasonic microwave oven. Model # NN-S263BF. I defrosted some sauce on the automatic setting for about 15 minutes, then cooked it for about 3 minutes. I went about my business not noticing if the oven was powered now or not. The next morning I went to heat my breakfast and I was powerless. I checked the breaker, it is ok. I have no power at all. There is power at the plug that it's plugged into. Did I overheat some very expensive part?

 

Not a pan fan 

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... Panasonic microwave ... NN-S263BF

Panasonic Inverter M/W

check the Fuse ... if OK, then Run Away ! :woot:

There is similar service info available, but I don't think you'll want it.

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