Question about Frigidaire Microwave Ovens
I'd say about 70% of the problems I see with micros happen while baking potatoes,They put off a lot steam and heat while cooking,your Micro has an internal thermostat that takes cavity temperature and if it gets above a certain temp. it will keep the exhaust fan on till it brings the temp down to another set temp.If you happen to be cooking on the range under the unit at the same time it can take quite some time for it to shut off.
If you plugged it back in this morning and it still works then the temp and moisture level must have gotten low enough not to damage the unit before you unplugged it.But next time you know you can just let it run and it will eventually shut off on it's own.
As long as it is working ok then you should be fine.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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