I have a new megatron for this model of NEFF microwave oven. It is available from an on - line supplier for £59.50 including VAT and delivery. Is there anything I need to know before I replace the faulty megatron myself?
Thank you for the warning. I'm a practical engineer with experience in high voltage ignition systems for commercial and other vehicles and consider myself to be capable of changing a faulty magnetron. I also have all the necessary tools and a good AVO-meter.
I was expecting a practical answer, like what to look out for, what terminals to isolate, which to leave alone. All in one sentence please.
Thanks and regards,