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Old 09-20-2021, 07:09 PM   #1
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Have a Dometic over range MV that has stopped working. Lights on front panel does not light up and can't get it to do anything. Flipped circuit breaker a few times , no change. Also the under counter light above sink is out. Is there some connection between the two? Two plugs above the counter work so juice is getting to some things. Could the light and MW be on the same wire, breaker?
Because it is a built in it can't just be slid out. Not sure if I want to dismantle the whole thing, but then I hate to call a teck out and it turns out to be something simple that I could do.
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Have a Dometic over range MV that has stopped working. Lights on front panel does not light up and can't get it to do anything. Flipped circuit breaker a few times , no change. Also the under counter light above sink is out. Is there some connection between the two? Two plugs above the counter work so juice is getting to some things. Could the light and MW be on the same wire, breaker?
Because it is a built in it can't just be slid out. Not sure if I want to dismantle the whole thing, but then I hate to call a teck out and it turns out to be something simple that I could do.

Most microwaves are on the inverter circuit. Check the inverter breakers to see if they've popped out.
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