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I was cooking frozen vegetables and frozen veggie buffalo wings in the microwave when I received sparking with a hissing noise and there was smoke in it? Is it safe to use

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Could be fine, did any of the food have any tin foil on it? I would try it without anything inside of it, if it sparks, get rid of it, now!

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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