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There is a yellow adhesive-like substance coming from both sides of the bottom rack

The oven has a microwave attached on top. The yellowish substance appears to be a glue or something which is coming from the wheels on the bottom rack but only on the front wheels.

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yes it is a heat resistant adhesive and ive never had any success in regluing them

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Most likely related to magnetron and diode this is for qualified tech to do only.

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The probe might be out of spec and therefore the control is not getting a correct reading and thinks everything is fine. That probe is also known as a sensorthemobilian_437.jpgthemobilian_438.jpgthemobilian_439.jpgMight just be corrosion in the sensor's connector. Sometimes bypassing it entirely fixes the problem. Now about the steaming issue:
Convection motor not circulating the air properly?
I would check that.

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I have exactly the same problem. I take it no one has offered a solution to this. Don't know if this is a lining coming loose and potentially dangerous. Anyone know?

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