Sharp oven not heating food

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  1. Sohailmalik786

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    Hi oven is working but food is not heating up,i opened it, physically nothing wrong,kindly help
     

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    Welcome to DIYnot!
    So the oven is not working.
    Clearly something is wrong.
    What model oven?
     
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    Its convection and grill oven model number i have tou check
     
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    When you say "not working" do you mean you can hear the fan running but there is no heat? I had that experience recently and the heating element had failed. Quite simple to change by an electrician or anyone with electrical experience. I was a bit confused by the photo though...
     
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    Yes, I was also confused, a big transformer like that suggests microwave...
    Google lens has the answer and pointed straight back to this forum!

    https://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/sharp-r959slmaa-combination-oven-dead-or-not.490417/

    It is a combination microwave.
    And OP, you really shouldn't be messing around with the inards of microwaves if you don't know what you are doing - the charged capacitors can kill :(
     
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    I totally agree. I once had to replace the fuse in mine and I remember following the instructions to safely discharge the capacitor very carefully indeed.
     
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    All wiring faultless, components seems okay but I think that magnetron may be faulty but if i go to purchase new magnetron i will prefer to buy new oven.
     
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