Question about Emerson MW8107WA Microwave Oven
When I was cleaning the door, I think water penetrated inside the door, now I can not see inside the oven, because water is converted to vapor on the glass of the door, how can I out water?
Any water in between the glass and the door should evaporate eventually.
I wouldn't advise trying to open any seams in the door or removing the glass to get the water out as that would permanently damage your microwave.
Your models manual talks about steam/water condensation that gets trapped between the door and the glass and what to expect:
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