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We are seeing water/steam in the glass so it appears there is a small leak in the front glass panel? Is this a health concern?

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Steam between glass doors of microwave

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http://www.fixya.com/support/p113437-emerson_mw8107wa_1000_watts_microwave/manual-11318

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Now I removed the 3 screws holding the inner panel against the glass on the front door. After removing the screws, the inner panel is held in place by a series of plastic clips. Go around the perimeter and pop the plastic clips out so the inner panel including the mesh comes out of the door.

Now you have complete access to clean the inside of the glass door!

I found it easier to do this operation with the door completely off the microwave, but you should be able to do this with the door in place too.

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