Question about Microwave Ovens
For most microwave ovens, the only repairs that are worthwhile are those you can do yourself. the cost of the repairman + parts is often as much or more than a new unit.
That said, in your case, it sounds like the part not working is the key part. If you've tried multiple settings, you've probably seen that none work. It's usually harder to make a microwave light, turn and not cook, than it is to just make it cook.
Toss it, but save the tray and spinner as spares. If they don't fit your new one, you can sell them on Ebay.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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