Question about Microwave Ovens
Your problem depends on the purchase of the product.If you have purchase it before long time and now you are getting this issue.Then it is due to bad Heating plateor Sensor.The heating element heats the nonstick bowl.If it is defective it will not properly heat properly only.But in your case overheats due too because of the sensor not sensing the heat properly.The sensor needs a replacement.
If it is new product then the the rice is burnt it is 100% sure due to the procedure you follow.There is a level
to add water for the amount of rice.
This manual would help you out more on the water level.Just have a walk through on it.
Click here to download the manual.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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