Question about Microwave Ovens
The first thing to try is a "hard reset". Unplug it from the power line for a few minutes, plug it back in, set the clock, then try again.
It almost sounds like a 60Hz microwave plugged into a 50Hz power line. *grin*
Let us know if the hard reset doesn't fix it.
If not, then there may be problem with the control panel.
Is the cooking time accurate when you use it?
It's never a good idea to use a microwave when it's not working properly, and of course an important rule is to never leave a running microwave.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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the "Stop" button on the microwave to
reset the digital display to the clock setting.
2) Push the
"Clock" button once. Locate the "Hour" button and
press it once for each hour of time. For example, if the current time
is 5:15 p.m., press the Hour button five times.
the "Minute" button to set the second half of the time. For
the example above, you would press the Minute button 15 times to set
a time of 5:15 p.m.
4)Push the Clock button to save the time setting. Check the time on the microwave's digital display.
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