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Is my 2yr.old panasonic microwave that is peeling and chipping inside a manufacturing defect?


Not a manufacturing defect at all.
It is caused by customer error.

Keep the microwave cavity clean at all times and allow the condensed steam to escape by leaving the door open after use for a while.

Sep 18, 2017 | Panasonic Microwave Ovens

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It seems to be taking too long to reheat food in my microwave


Make sure there is no liquid under the carousel plate inside the microwave, this could be from condensation and may cause the issue.

Also, if you know how you may need to check and make sure it is at full power.

Jan 20, 2017 | In Microwave Ovens

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When I open the microwave door a fan comes on. When I shut the door it shuts off.


This is done on purpose. The microwave knows you have cooked something and the fan removes condensation from the cooking so it doesn't damage the electronics or the inside of the unit..

Aug 06, 2015 | Microwave Ovens

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Causes of Presence Moisture in Microwave Door


Air from inside the oven is getting by the seals around the inside glass and condensing on the cooler outside glass layer.

Feb 10, 2015 | Whirlpool MH1150XM Convection/Microwave...

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Reason of Moisture Presense in Microwave Door


Air from inside the oven is getting by the seals around the inside glass and condensing on the cooler outside glass layer.

Feb 10, 2015 | In Microwave Ovens

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I have a Danby Designer Microwave, model DMW1153W, 1100 W, and there's a dime sized rust spot on the inside of the microwave, it's along the crease where the back of the microwave is joined to the...


Rust can form from the steam and condensation as you say, and it's a good idea to always cover food and wipe the oven out after using it. You can sand off the bad paint and rust the same way you can on a car, and then touch up the paint if it's a minor amount. Spray paint specifically made for microwave cooking cavities is available. (You don't want to use paint that may have metallic components.) It may be available locally if you have appliance parts stores in your area, and you can find the paint online as well. There's no need to replace the oven just yet, unless you find a good deal on a new one and you're looking for an excuse.

May 31, 2011 | Danby DMW1153 Microwave Oven

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Door glass is lose and seal is leaking..moisture is forming on inside of glass


That is normally caused by the clear plastic adhesive cover either having been removed or missing. It covers the perforated door inner and stops condensation and food particles from getting inside the door cavity where is cannot be cleaned.

Feb 14, 2011 | Goldstar MV-1526 Microwave Oven

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PROBLEMS WITH MICROWAVE OVENS PEELING INSIDE


It`s not you that`s caused the problem, it`s the condensation from the cooking which gets under the paint, It`s worth investing in a stainless steel lined oven. Ian

Jul 08, 2009 | Sharp R-820B Convection/Microwave Oven

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SHARP MICROWAVE R-1611 MADE VERY LOUD POP NOISE. NOW IT WON'T HEAT


20 A fuse inside m/w is out. The problem could be with HV condenser, one of the door switches shorted, computer board, magnetron. Needs technician to take a look on it.

Dec 03, 2008 | Sharp R-1480 Microwave Oven

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