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Hamilton beach microwave eg1031np-dk shut off while cooking potatoes

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SOURCE: Fire in Microwave Using Sensor Control for Potato

Please contact your home insurance to have the problem logged as a failure of the microwave. The insurance company will most likely help you with the smoke damage to the house and will contact the manufacturer to get their money back... there might be an issue with the manufacturing of these appliances.

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SOURCE: I have a 3-year old

No! But it will need to be repaired. Did you wrap the potatoes in tin foil? The reason for the smoke needs to be found and repaired. Smoking means a short or a part shorted, failed, or wires touching another wire that did not blow any fuss.That is not good.
Trained technicians can help the mfg improve their products if they find the problem and report it to the Mfg.
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Posted on Feb 05, 2011

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