This model 721.63252 301 has gone belly up for the 2nd time in 2 years.
Both times it blew there was a pop, then a smell of overheated plastic
and then a loud hum. I took it to Sears the first time and they replaced
diode. It then worked fine though it had very small usage.
Now is the second time and it is off the warranty. I opened up the oven
quickly found the diode. It has the marker T3512 and H6N below it. One
end of the
diode has two silver bands around it. It doesn't look overheated.
The area near this diode has a magnetron coupled with 2 wires to a trafo and
one to a capacitor which continues through the diode to ground. A third
the trafo goes to the second terminal of the capacitor.
If I could have this diode identified , I'd greatly appreciate it.
I mean damn.... alot of good people gave lots of great answers
and here it is re-posted anew ?
it is very insulting to those people who gave their time and help
to repost the whole damn lot with no new question and apparently
no work to look at the schemats and links given to the OP.
let me guess ... you didn't like the answers so you went and
found some appliance repair portal that just redirects the
questions back to usenet (s.e.r) ? oh no looks like you just
took it out of (alt.home.repair) and added it to (s.e.e)
next try alt.energy.high-voltage.magnetron
did you thank anybody the first time... for their time
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