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    • Part Number: AP5650106
    • MFG Part Number: W10422951
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My breaker tripped to the microwave and now it shows no signs of power after resetting the breaker. I tried another outlet but no difference. Could it be a fuse?

Cleveland for Model Number wmh1164xws-1

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The other day I was in a hurry to get out the door. When I was done using the Microwave, I accidentally slammed the door a little too hard and it looked like the power went out on the microwave. When I got home that evening I tried resetting the braker in the garage, but it didn't come on. I unplugged the unit and checked the door sensors all three look to be good. Could it be the fuse? The Megnatron fuse? Maybe even the control panel itself? Please help I need some hints. I don't want to go out and buy parts I don't need. Thank you!!

Joe for Model Number MH1170XSB-O

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I found the thermal fuse in my Whirlpool microwave. The ceramic is gray, not white. Is this normal? Also, I noticed it's a 250v/20a fuse - will any ceramic fuse of this rating do the job?

Basil for Model Number gh5184xpb4

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The microwave has zero power. I've checked for continuity on the thermal fuse in my unit and the fuse is most definitely blown. It looks rather accessible after pulling off the front control panel, but there is a big piece of plastic (part of the fan housing I think?) blocking me from getting to the fuse. How do I replace the fuse? Also, when replacing the fuse, what precautions do I need to take with nearby high-voltage components (aside from unplugging the microwave)? Thank you!

Eric for Model Number khms155lss-1

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Good morning. I have no power at all to my Whirlpool microwave model number GH5184XPB-3. Can I access the fuse without removing the entire unit from the wall and removing the entire cover? Thank you in advance.

Norman for Model Number GH5184XPB-3

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I was changing out the light bulb under the microwave that light up the stove. It cause the bulb to short out and now the microwave itself doesn't work. What can I do?

Keith for Model Number Mh1150xmb-1

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my accuwave microwave oven wont heat things up. tray turns, it counts down like it should, and when i try to use any of the automatic sensor functions it stops and displays -F3H- . also the fan no longer works.

Al G. for Model Number gh5184xps4

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Our microwave stopped working about a week ago. Nothing on it works, not lights, switches, nothing. We checked the basement fuse box and it is fine. I believe it could be the fuse inside the oven. How do we get to it and replace it? Need detailed instructions, thanks!

Pam for Model Number GH7208xr

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I cant seem to find the fuse in my Whirlpool microwave. I have opened the control panel and am looking at a bunch of stuff. Where would the fuse be located? HELP!

Colleen for Model Number YWMH2205XVQ1

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Hi there, I have a whirlpool microwave with hood fan, it stopped working, not even the fan and lights. but its clock is still has display. and the those buttons are still clickable, do you think it's the fuse that caused the problem? thanks!!!

Lei for Model Number YMH6140XFB-2

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