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Nothing works - no LCD display, etc. Tested the power source and there is power. Tested the ceramic fuse: Voltage across is 130 (yeah, we have high voltage with power source at 260). Fuse end closest to the front tested the same to ground. The other end to ground tested Zero. Problem occurred when using microwave. Rarely used the halogen oven.  Unit is nine years old. Any ideas?

 

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damzz wrote: ... Tested the ceramic fuse: Voltage across is 130 ..
should be 0v across the Fuse ..



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I saw that in your post from several years ago. I don't understand. If the fuse is getting power as it should in normal working condition, why would it not have power across it?

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the Fuse is a piece of wire.

The voltage on one side should be the same voltage on the other side, 
and should be be 0v when measured across the Fuse terminals.



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Got it. It's a blown fuse.

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Changed the fuse, operated the oven and all is back to normal. Thanks!

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