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 Posted: Thu Sep 8th, 2005 11:17 pm
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nickfixit



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First you need to see if it is the motor that is bad. Usually you find the relay or switch that powers the motor and see if you have voltage.

It's good you want to fix it, but microwaves are better left to professionals. A novice could hurt themselves working on a microwave.

Nick



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