Question about LG Microwave Ovens
How to remove cockroaches, which have gone inside the door of Microwave Oven, Model No. MH6347AR of LG make?Also please advise me about the process of cleaning the said machine, inside and outside of it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Removing the microwave door
In many cases, microwave door panels are held together by hidden hooks or catches that ave to be separated by a thin, strong tool such as a putty knife. I've attached a photo that should serve as a good example.
Posted on Apr 17, 2007
The brown spots are usually grease / smoke deposits. Usually there are indeed two sheets of glass in the door. If the grease is not arcing or smoking, and the metal screen / mesh (that blocks microwave leakage) is not damaged, then it's likely better left alone. It might be useful to boil a few cups of water with a little vinegar inside the microwave to help dissolve the deposits. In case you want to take it apart, I have attached a photo from a similar model that illustrates disassembly of the door. It is not necessary or advisable to remove the door or hinges when disassembling the door.
Posted on Jun 26, 2007
Yes. You need to clean it, sand it shiny, then clean it squeky again.
Then you can get high temperature appliance paint in spray on brush-on form from local appliance part store or places like Wal-Mart and Lowe's.
I would suggest you let it dry overnight with the door open before using the oven.
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Posted on Feb 17, 2008
i have the same problem, there is a brown spot about 3 inch
by 2 inch at the bottom of the glass, I cannot clean it, it looks
like its in between the glass.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
SOURCE: LG microwave oven
As long as the waveguide itself isn't damaged, you should be able to replace the shield without issue... That shield only prevents food from splashing onto the waveguide itself and is not part of the microwave RF protection... Check your local hardware store for touch up paint.. shouldn't matter what brand as long as it contains rust inhibitors.. Good luck...
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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