Question about Hotpoint Microwave Ovens
They may not be fixable, depending on the type of buttons used. Many devices use a 'snap dome' switch, which is a little metal disk that 'pops' in and out like an oil can. Problem is, sometimes they get pushed too hard, or just get old, and they stay in the 'popped' position. It is sometimes possible to repair them, often not. A repairman is likely to charge more than the cost of a new one: they'd have to take the thing pretty much apart to get to it, and then may not be able to fix it.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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