Question about Microwave Ovens
Two possibilities are there in your case and I had put some tips on the care needed when you go for a break. The first can be that the microwave could have been infested with some insects/ cockroaches that would have secreted or left marks on the main board to bring about some dampness resulting in these erractic faults.
Secondly if the power was unplugged it would have made the set sit in low temperature for a long time as you had the power On all the time while be at home. this must have created moisture and fault condition.
hence the remedy seems to take the microwave, remove plug, remove the top lid panels and look inside for any signs of insects or dampness. If so clean the unit, remove the electronic panel(PCB) use some petrol to wash the board only, perfectly clean , DRY well with a heater and reset.
Put the Micro wave ON for several hours and try with a cup of water to test.
If not please respond.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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