Question about Microwave Ovens
I put a frozen dinner in and pushed Froz dinner, but after cooking it was still frozen. I then put dinner back in for 5 min and it was still frozen. Obviously the power strength was wrong, but I cannot work out how to ensure I have 100% power. Pushing power and 10 as book says only sets time for 10 secs.
Or is there a fault in this new oven and should I return it?
A couple of things: If the dinner is in an aluminum pan, DON'T put it in your oven. Typically, high power units need about 3-5 minutes to heat a dinner so you should have heated it through. The power default is usually full power. Usually, there is a minutes button that should give you incremental minutes for programming.
Try using a standard nonmetallic cup (beaker) and fill it with water. Heat for 2 minutes. The water should be boiling hot. If not, your oven is not doing it right.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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