Why does my GE microwave keep blowing fuses?

Why does my GE microwave keep blowing fuses?

A faulty interlock switch is often the culprit if you’re blowing fuses regularly. If the microwave fuse blew because you opened the door while it was running, that’s a “smoking gun.” Otherwise, you’ll need to test the switch. First, unplug the microwave. If that’s not the case, replace the switch.

Why is my microwave making a loud noise?

Magnetron. If your microwave is making an unusual or loud humming noise, you may have a problem with the magnetron. This component is part of the high voltage circuit and provides the microwaves that generate the heat. If the magnetron is defective, it may cause a loud humming or buzzing noise.

Is my microwave going to explode?

Microwaves are photons, particles of light. Light cannot explode. Maybe you meant why there is an explosion when something metallic is placed inside microwave oven. That happens because a metal becomes charged so much that the air becomes conductive and it discharges through the air creating plasma (electric spark).