Question about Microwave Ovens
My LG Grill intellowave,makes a very loud vibrating noise when it is on microwave mode.When I check, it seems to come from behind a metallic/cardboard paper which seems to burn with a slight orange tinge when this is happening.I have removed the paper and turned it around which seems to have temporarily solved the problem, but the material the paper is made from seems to have been damaged.Also there seemed to be some greasy substance behind the metallic paper which i managed to wipe off.
I would not operate the microwave any longer ....bring in for service ....microwaves can send out very dagerous radiation....
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Microwaves have an amplitude (height) which is larger than the holes you see in the perforated screens. These smaller holes prevent the microwaves escaping. But I concur that taking away a glowing orange paper type material could be a SUSS gesture if it was saupposed to be there as part of the product.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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