Question about Microwave Ovens
You have guess it right the boiler popped. This is cause due to calcium deposits inside the boiler, which actualy is a themoblock and is consist from a nurrow water chanel that boils the water instantly. This boiler consit from two parts top and bottom and in bettwen the boiler seal gasket which is the aprt that have popped.
So now you need to replace the complete boiler themoblock with new one. If you can do it or if the service and part cost is not more than the half of replacement new machine then we advice to fix it, other way go for a replacement.
In both case you must remeber to perform descaling minimum once a month no matter how frequnt you are using it.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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