Tip & How-To about Microwave Ovens
You know that's always my advice anyway. Some things can be fixed, and are straight forwards but I have been doing this all now for over 30 years and I still get stumped... A lot of faults aren't just straight forwards and are often "Chain" faults, meaning you MUST fix the source of the problem NOT the "Symptom" and repairs often must be made to "Other" seemingly unaffected areas, to stop other faults developing from the "Stress" the faulty components have placed on support componentry. Many times I cringe when I think of people working inside things that operate on the Mains.. especially Microwaves, more tech's are killed each year by these than any other single thing. Followed by TV sets.So yes you are right.. It may cost you but.. The woman complained as she watched me fix her device, she said I saw you, all you did was hit it with a hammer.. and you charged me $100, Well,NO, madame was my reply. I didn't charge you $100 to hit it with a hammer, No, I charged you $1 to hit it with the hammer, and $99 to know WHERE to hit it. 'Nuff said.
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