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Old 02-10-2015, 10:18 AM
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I got a same problem. I used LOCKING PLIERS to open special screws, easily. Found fuse blew off. Replaced new fuse, same problem next day. Some thing else.

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I noticed that the relay(s) click when I press the start. I assume that this means the interlock switches are working, otherwise the timer would not start decrementing, correct? What could be wrong? I still haven't figured out why the fuse popped when the unit was not even in use or how it worked for a day after I replaced the fuse. I would like to repair this unit as I also have the trim kit.
It was the interlock switches. I don't recall if it was one or two. They are trivial to replace. It's been awhile, you unscrew the panel that is behind the keypad and you will see the interlock switches. Most likely it is the topmost switch but check them all with a meter. You can either order replacements online or take them to your local electronics parts store (for example, Frys Electronics) and get replacements. I keep a few around because I had to do this again last year. The switches are inexpensive, a few dollars each I think. I have heard that stopping the oven before opening the door instead of popping the door helps keep the switches functioning longer.
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