I opened the company microwave and put a cup of coffee in it, closed the door and realized it had come on and had been running when I put the cup in. What symptoms should I be looking for from the exposure? Is this serious? The door was only open five seconds. I realize this is a fix-it site, but you guys are likely to know more about this than anyone, and it is a problem I need advice on fixing.
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Is it actually heating or just making noise and acting like it's heating? (put a cup of water inside and close the door.) IF it's actually heating, then you have a shorted relay on the main control board, and you will have to replace the board. IF it's just making noise like it's working, but it's not heating, then the problem is 1 of the door switches is not working right (it's either stuck open or stuck closed).
Is it actually heating or just making noise and acting like it's heating? (Put a cup of water inside and close the door.) IF it's actually heating, then you have a shorted relay on the main control board, and you will have to replace the board. IF it's just making noise like it's working, but it's not heating, then the problem is that one of the door switches is not working right (it's either stuck open or stuck closed).
Possible that the lock was broken and so the door opened. You can remove the front panel and check for broken plastic or nylon pieces which can be glued using instant adhesive. Reset the lock and switch and the door must lock in correctly
it sounds like it one of your micro-switches inside that control the power to the doors, if one of the switches is bad, it would cut the power , the panenl will light, the turn table will work, the fan will turn on , but you will not get any heat at all, micro-switches run depending onthe unit from 5-10 bucks, when you open the unit you will see the one that is bad, is usually bent or the connector might be burn or melt, good luck..!
your door switch is mis-adjusted,furthermore the other safety switch on the door should have blown the power fuse in the unit,because by design for safety it produces a short circuit if door opens under operation,so if door was taken off and replaced it was not adjusted properly
If the microwave oven operates with the door open it is a serious issue. DO NOT OPERATE IT. Call a technician immediately. The RF frequency is extremely dangerous. the safety switches inside the oven are malfunctioning and needs to be replaced
try to hold the door closed when you first start it set the timer for 1 min with a cup of water inside press start and then hold the door in if it reuns your door is out of aligment or the interlock switch is popping open