In a previous page I have reviewed in some detail a microwave oven (Teka MW170).
I have found at home the electrical parts of another microwave oven, whose origin I do not remember, likely recollected from some street. It seems of the Daewoo brand.
I will review here the electrical parts, referring to the previous page for the common elements.
The wiring diagram that I have prepared from the parts and the circuit is this one:
While the Teka 170 had just a fuse, this one has a filter unit for high frequencies.
The board is labelled DWLF-M13 SS.
R1 is 1.5 Mohm
C1 is a film capacitor from Pilkor, box shaped, PCX2 335M MKP, with 100 nF, tolerance class M.
C2 and C3 are labelled "NW 222 MX1Y2", ceramic capacitors for interference filtering (X1Y2), 2.2 nF and tolerance class M.
No clue about L1...
S1, S3: from Gersun, GSM V1603A2, 16 A at 250 VAC, SPST NO,
S2: from Starion, SZM V16-FA-61, 16 A at 250 VAC, SPDT.
Moor shaded pole, with no references.
The motor was covered in grease, so either the ventilation was crappy, or the users of the oven were doing heavy cooking.