Question about Panasonic Microwave Ovens
Was the ceramic plate part of the microwave or a plate form the kitchen?
If it wasn't the microwave plate, it should be fine. You should be able to be sure it's all clean and use it as usual.
A microwave oven should of course never be left running unattended, especially when using any paper products.
Paper plates and paper towels can sometimes have small amounts of impurities which can ignite.
This is covered on page 1 in your owner's manual, which can be downloaded here.
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Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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