Question about LG Microwave Ovens
It doesn't heat.. there is no sign of warm I want the instruction of intellowave LG macrowave
The owners manual will not help you. Microwave ovens are simple. they either work or they don't. Yours is broken. If you are handy, check the three door switches first.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LG Intellowave
If it's made for (or safe for) microwave ovens it should work in any of them, and I would just follow the steamer's instructions.
Does that answer your question or do I misunderstand the situation?
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Posted on Jul 02, 2008
SOURCE: Microwave LG intellowave
We bought a microwave from a 'seconds' store, minus the manual. Following the advice given above I found the model number and search the LG site for product manuals.
The site isn't intuiative, but if you are patient you can find the manual in PDF form and download it to your computer.
Thanks for the help MicrowaveSvc
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: My LG Intellowave still has
Microwave ovens use a series of micro switches to operate as interlocks to ensure the unit will only operate once the door is securely closed.
If these locks are not operating properly, the timer would count down just like it was operating. There will be no noise like the normal vibration or fan sounds when the start button was pressed. It will simply act like it will operate, but it will never turn on any of the components.
You would need to check these switches if they are functioning properly and would need the help of a qualified technician to test them. If you plan to do it yourself, Check if the switches are mechanically operating and that electrical continuity would change as it was actuated.
There are a total of three switches normally, one for the door and the other two for the high power.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
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