Question about Microwave Ovens
With microwaves operating via generating radiation always use extreme caution with them.
Also make sure you never allow any metals such as tin, copper, aluminum, brass, steel etc. in any microwave.
Sounds like the transformer blew and you can try to have it serviced. But from such a symptom and class of appliance not safe if it's not tightly sealed I'd discard the oven and replace it with new for both cost and safety.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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