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Window is clouded can not see in but can from inside

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Honestly, it is best left alone, Microwaves are treated to prevent radiation leakage and splitting a door would probably upset that radiation preventing shield from operating fully. If you really want the window cleaned, take it to a repairman who is can give you a certificate that the oven is safe and has no radiation leaks after completion of the job. (Microwaves can be extremely dangerous appliances)

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If you think the window is stained, you ought to see the rest of the inside! Wife is probably right. (wink, wink, nod, nod)
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