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My microwave quit in the middle of heating a baked potato, and I must now delve into the fascinating world of small appliance repair (which I suspect will turn into the expensive world of small appliance replacement). This is a unit mounted over the stove. My question for the experts out there...Do you have to drain the capacitor to change a fuse? I don't have the tools or confidence to do that and I don't really want to get electrocuted.