Question about Microwave Ovens
Usually when this happens, it is because of the voltage regulator for heating unit, which basically works like a "radiation distribution unit", which is where the term " nuking your food " comes from. these things just "go out" at random and there are really only 2 options you have.
#1 spend close, if not more, than what you paid for the microwave, to have it repaired BY THE MANUFACTURER.
#2 go buy another microwave.
my advice? take option #2, because it is just easier.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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