Question about Microwave Ovens
Well I can tell you roughly what happened. You overheated the oven, as there was nothing inside to absorb the radiation. So the sensor shout off the power ( safety switch) It returns when the oven reduces in temperature. The burning may be due to internal damage to some of the insulation compound. It takes foreverf to get rid of smells from microwaves no matter what you use including vanill or some other anti stink medicine. The unit is probably OK but overtime will now begin to deteriorate and may even leak radiation to greater extent.
Dump it is my suggestion, but make sure it is damaged sufficiently to prevent dump rats from salvaging it and using it.
The unusual noise ( almost missed that) is damage to the rotation motor bearins that have been expanded and are now out of alignment.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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