Question about Microwave Ovens
If it has a turntable, the wheels are worn or dirty and are chattering. When I have this problem, I take out the turntable, clean up the floor of the oven, the bottom of the plate, and the wheels on the turntable ring. Then I push a small amount of paste wax (made by S. C. Johnson) onto the axles inside the wheels to lubricate them. (I've kept my worn-out turntable ring going for over 10 years by doing this.) If the turntable has a central post through the floor of the oven, the bearing may need cleaning and lubrication.
Other possible causes would be the bearings in the magnetron cooling fan or the microwave stirring fan in non-turntable models. Excessive dirt on fan blades can cause imbalanced running, which will also generate vibrations.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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