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Microwave the paint is chipping off the inside door of my microwave oven an di need to know what type of paint to use. its causing the microwave to spark and i know all i need to do is touch it up. what type and where can i get the paint with out paying alot?

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  • MsMayhem002 Nov 22, 2008

    Recently we decided to permanently stop using our Magic Chef MCD1311W microwave. Interior paint began flaking off under the turntable. Last night we discovered the paint was also coming off of the interior of the door. It looks almost like the metal underneath the paint on the door is rusted!
    All manufacturer directives were followed on the upkeep and cleaning of this microwave, and there have not been any incidents where an object would have scraped the interior. The microwave is now a danger to use because of the exposed interior metal. Since there is more than one area exposed and the exposed metal keeps "expanding" (more and more paint coming off each time), we will not be using this microwave any longer. We should have kept our old mega-sized Kenmore instead of downsizing to a sleeker looking Magic Chef! (The Kenmore was 13 years old, but we wanted a smaller, "prettier" microwave. BIG mistake!)

  • ygamza Dec 01, 2008

    I am looking for the interior paint for my GE microwave oven, and can not find it.

    Please, let me know where can I get it.

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They have microwave interior paint go to where you puchased or an appliance store

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If your microwave has a shelf in it, and you do not use it, keep it out. If one of the shelf supports breaks or comes out, the microwave will arc where the support was. You will have to sand the spot down, paint with appliance paint and re-install support. If the shelf shifts on the support and touches the side it will arc.
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There is not any power in the door itself. However if the chassis has chipped paint or corrosion the RF from the microwaves magnetron will cause those bare metal areas to reflect the concentrated RF energy and cause sparking.

The only Whirlpool Microwaves that have been recalled, has a model number beginning with XC and had a green sticker on the bottom face area of the chassis where the door closed.

I have often been able to clean and paint the bare metal areas with the correct paint to stop the RF reflection sparks. Using the model number above it is white enamel "appliance paint" that you would use to paint the bare metal areas. A word to the wise.... do not sand outside the area to be painted. Otherwise you re-introduce your current problem post repair.

The model number you passed is missing the very last digit that would be from 0 to 7 (Eight models)

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Very difficult to explain briefly as microwaves are truly complex.
You will almost certainly have 2 problems. 1)You need to carefully sandpaper the area where the paint is peeling off and "only paint with appliance paint as this does not have lead in it and 2)The sparks are due to a variety of things, but the most obvious, replace your main capacitor and HV diode. This combination is the normal culprit for arching. If it continues after that, the Magnatron needs replacement as well (Unfortunately, for first time diagnosis, electrical testing equiptment is needed.)

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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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