Question about Sharp R-254 Microwave Oven
If you mean a loud buzz that cuts on and off as the oven works, it is probably the outer metal cover vibrating as the magnetron powers up and down. Try holding/ pushing/ poking the metal cover while the oven is working, if the noise abates or goes away, this is the problem.
You may get relief by simply tightening the screws securing the cover, if not, maybe a little careful insertion of a thin strip of cardboard or similar, at the point the vibration occurs, may dampen it. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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