Diodes to stop RF noise.
Heat from the inside out.
Operate at 2450 mhz.
Use convection to heat food.
Most likely has a problem in the high voltage.
Has a shorted diode.
Has an open capacitor.
Has no power to the high voltage transformer.
Called primary, monitor, and high voltage.
Called primary, secondary, and monitor.
Is to measure voltage.
Is to check current draw.
Is to always replace the diode and the capacitor.
Is to use an analog meter with an internal 9-volt battery set on Rx10K.
Will run hot, but not heat.
Will heat on low.
Will do nothing at all.
Has a shorted magnetron.
Thermal fuse, magnetron, primary switch, and monitor switch.
Magnetron, high voltage transformer, diode, and capacitor.
Only has (2): capacitor and diode.
Diode, triac, transformer, and magnetron.
Unplug and discharge the capacitor.
Disconnect power and check ohms of motor.
Check for the correct power at the motor.
Check relay on the board.
Must be open when door is open.
Must be closed when door is open.
Must be closed when door is closed.
Is activated by the high voltage transformer.
Will boil a cup of water in one minute.
Will draw 6 amps or less.
Will draw at least 9.5 amps.
Will draw no more than 8 amps.
A failed monitor switch.
The primary switch stuck closed.
A shorted capacitor.
Both A & C are correct.
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