I have a amana 7300 nfw7300ww02 It works fine until it gets to spin cycle then it just drains for ever then ends and not spin at all.
general its in this modern age there is not a repairable unit anymore to find that can be refurbished by change but that program unit will have to be fully replaced even if its only a capacitor problem is or an bad soldering its not repairable and there should have an remplacement for it or a thermic problem on some active parts somewhere inside all components are sealed with epoxy resin , maybe here is an answer to find in the link but i dont know the age of the machine but Beware first to see if there is still a warranty on the machine and take your purchase receipt if there is but even some connectors and sensors can give faults to the (control, power)its better named an powerpack assembly but sensors microswitches and more parts that could be also have a prior problem thats going to part 3 first make good inspection and cleaning consider at the age of the machine and purchase if it is still worthwhile when it is an older machine
My NFW7300WW02 Model Overview from PartSelect com
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Where is the fuse in an amana rcs10ts microwave and how do i get to it?
The LV control (mains side) fuse is on the control board.
The HV (lethal side) fuse is housed inside a plastic shell, next to the HV capacitor.
For both, the outer shell (microwave oven's cover) needs removal.
Mains must be off, preferably about 15 minutes to allow HV capacitor to discharge through it's internal drain resistor.
There will probably be one or more security tamper-proof screws on the cover, to prevent accidental injury through electrocution.
Microwave ovens are the most lethal household appliances to open when untrained hands poke around.
Get an experienced tech to check it out.
What makes you believe it's a fuse?
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