Question about Microwave Ovens
NOTHING in a microwave should ever be on fire. Depending on the damged cause by even a small fire, the repair may be involved and costly. Inspect stirrer motor by removing bottom of microwave with power off. Note damage and replace stirrer motor and wiring harness as needed along with turn table drive block. Check to make sure all connections with all wires are sound with no exposed copper wires or shorts of any kind. Test always using a cup or bowl of water.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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