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<p>My microwave oven was out of order, it <br>kept blowing up the power fuse; finally the trouble was traced to the power <br>capacitor that was shorted.</p><p>So, the power capacity was changed and <br>the oven worked again, but now the magnetron becomes noisy with a jackhammer <br>noise when it is working.</p><p>This noise starts when the magnetron <br>starts working, but it stops after some two minutes while it continues to work <br>up to the time adjusted for it to finish its operation.</p><p>What has happened to the magnetron?</p><p>Is it possible to fix it?</p><p>On the other hand, it is my best <br>suspicion that it is the magnetron that is making the noise and not the <br>transformer.</p><p>What is your experience in this situation?</p><p>This is exactly the sound (click on the link below) I am <br>getting from my microwave oven, but it does not go and on until the machine <br>turns off; the sound stops some two minutes into the operation, and the <br>remaining time there is no longer the sound or noise &ndash; for the remaining time <br>it keeps &lsquo;quiet&rsquo; up to the completion of the time period it has been adjusted <br>to operate, or I turn the switch knob to off.</p><p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF0RXKF4puQ" rel="nofollow">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF0RXKF4puQ</a></p><p>Thanks for any help or information.</p>
<p>Those &quot;Strange screws&quot; are called safety Torx screws.</p>
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