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Please provide complete model number and detailed problem description.

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Please provide complete model number and detailed problem description.

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Frigidaire Built-in Microwave - Model # FGMO205KFA
Everything works - except no heat.
Replaced magnatron ((AP4433505), then transformer (AP4434118), then capacitor assy (AP4299471) - per AppliancePartsPros sales dept.
Still no heat.
Transformer does get warm on top after 2 minute cycle trying to test heat water.
Sales dept suggested contacting tech in forum for help.
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Hi.

Disconnect the connector from the PRIMARY winding of the hi-voltage transformer.
Using the multimeter check if there is 120VAC across this contacts when the m/w is started.

If the correct voltage is present and you replaced transformer, capacitor and magnetron - check the diod and all wiring according the diagram.

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You are welcome.
What was the problem?

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