Question about Microwave Ovens
The data came back with 2 possible dates. Either the 8th week of 1991 or 8th week of 2001.
Could not get the size, but if using a calculator, measure the interior. Height, width and depth in inches, multiply them together, then divide the answer by 144. That will be the true capacity in cubic feet.
The defrost procedure attempts to defrost the walls, without allowing the food to defrost, but has always been an issue.
Most people choose to perform a conventional defrost procedure.
You could replace the control, but it's pricey and not known to be dependable. It cannot be repaired, only replaced.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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