Question about Microwave Ovens
When trying to cook, an electrical arc discharges from a sopt in the top inner surface of the enclosure, downwars tord the bottom of the oven interior. Problem began intemittently, and would only leave a small spot of soot on the top of the oven. After cleaning the soot, and covering the item being cooked, the oven would operate normally. Now the problem has gotten to the point where it is constant, and there is a hole, maybe the size of a dime, burned through the top inner surface of the cooking chamber. Can this be repaired, or is it "toasted"?
You may be able to repair that with a high quality epoxy.
Just make sure you read the package to be sure the eopxy contains no metalic substances.
I think you could succesfully repair it.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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