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Why does the fuse keep blowing in my microwave?

The microwave has what engineers call the lock switches that deactivate the oven when the door is open. Defective lock switches or a poorly aligned door can cause a fuse explosion. It is also possible that the microwave cooling fan fails, resulting in an overheating and fusion of the fuse element.

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