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yes i can use a multimeter, the power supply is via a switch fuse unit at high level rear, fuse is good but owing to the difficulty of installation and short wiring, not mine,I cannot definitively check the the incoming supply on the back of the switch fuse .The incoming supply also feeds the microwave which is sited immediately above the steamer in a built in assembly.The switch fuse sits alongside the microwave supply switch. As the Microwave is working the supply is available at the rear of the switches at high level,but not necessarily at the immediate rear of the switch fuse unit neither supply or output sides of theswitch fuse unit cannot be definitively checked.
Is there a way of releasing the control panel assembly at the front of the units so that it can drop down and perhaps I could pickup the supply there?
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