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Pop pop Kenmore hood microwave 665.60652 - year 2002

It has a slight pop, pop, pop sound in the top left. Should I have it serviced? It still workes good. Thanks, Dan

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Hmmmm, i wonder if you have a gear or something similiar to this going out. (turn tables)

If not, something tells me you have a component that is arching inside of your micrwave. I would call someone to double check to make sure it is ok.

You will be surprised at how many people wait until it is too late to service their units, when it goes out, it is gone.

good luck

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