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magnetron characteristics?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by poster, Feb 28, 2009.

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  1. poster

    poster Guest

    Is there some place to look up Microwave
    Magnetron Sharp 2M240G-A251 characteristics-size and is it 1250watt,
    2450MHz type
    (i.e can it be replacement for Magnetron Sharp 2m237-a064 )?
     
  2. James

    James Guest

  3. James

    James Guest

  4. Guest

    This is Daniel from Main Electronic Supplies, I was searching the web
    trying to get some specs. on a magnetron in order to find a sub number
    in our stock. I was very pleased to see a reference to us in this
    form. We do try our best.
    Thanks James
    Daniel
     
  5. James

    James Guest

    great, Daniel !! Yes, your company name came up in a Google search when
    I was trying to help another user. The person who made the original post
    never commented again, so I hope that he got the information.

    Some folks post questions here and either never come back to the forum, or
    never say thanks.

    Good luck !!

    James
     
  6. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    Some will thank you personally via email. IMO that's possibly a better
    way to do it, unless there is something to add to the original post.

    - Franc Zabkar
     
  7. Smitty Two

    Smitty Two Guest


    Huh? Who uses a real email on usenet?
     
  8. GregS

    GregS Guest

    me
     
  9. GregS

    GregS Guest

     

  10. I do. What's the danger, a bit more spam?
     
  11. Jerry Peters

    Jerry Peters Guest

    A bit more spam? When I got hit with Swen I had several *thousand*
    spam emails. That's when I stopped providing a real email address.

    Jerry
     
  12. Why heck, I'm not afraid to put my E-mail address
    out there, send me all the Spam you like though
    sometimes I prefer Armour Treet.

    TDD
     
  13. Guest

    The answer is no, there is not some place. Like any part, you pick
    the magnetron you want to use based on the specs of the product and
    look at the datasheet of the replacement to see if it'll do the job.
     
  14. GregS

    GregS Guest

    I think this email has perked up in spam. I don't see it from another
    email cause the filter gets rid of 80-90 % of the mail which is spam.

    Getting back to magnetrons, I am trying to fix a microwave.
    The diode was replaced and the transformer.
    Far as I can tell the cap is good and the diode is still good.
    Checked filament on magnetron of about 4 volts. If there
    is supposed to be visable light, there is none from the filaments.
    I nedd to make sure of the cap and diode, but
    anu suggestions are wanted.

    I took the microwave home my brother has been replacing
    those parts. I put in some water and after 20-30 secs the water was heating.
    After that NOTHING heating up. Pretty much sounds the same.
     
  15. poster

    poster Guest

    check fast fuse and protectiive diode first
    back to my problem -3.3v,2450mhz seems to be standard so need
    information if 7-800w magnetrons(4.1kv) or 5-650w(3.8kv) type usually
    goes into in/out power-1250/600w ovens?
    Can someone please open&read the power/mag. designation off some older
    microwave.
    Thanks in advance
     
  16. GregS

    GregS Guest

    Who you talking to ?
     
  17. poster

    poster Guest

    regrettably no data anywhere on 2m237(that is rv-mza064wreo) but if
    microwave's high voltage trafo rtrna177 is indeed at918
    (?cannot be certain without measuring filament voltage however
    www.gallawa.com/microtech/xformer.html says it is not a good idea)
    than it outputs 4.35/2 kv and 3.15v,which indicates magnetron
     
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