Question about Microwave Ovens
Used tefle coated tin in micro + convection oven and it didnt arck , it said not to , so why ?. when it worked ok .
There are some times when it is ok to use metallic stuff in a
microwave. This is probably one of them. But you won't get
the manufacturer to agree. Metal concentrates the microwave
energy making a strong enough local electric field to cause sparks and
heat. Usually burns that spot. Do you have one of those
popcorn cookers for microwaves? Works by heating a special pad in
the bottom just right.
What the manufacturer is saying in the warning is:
Don't sue us if you use metal in this oven and something goes wrong.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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