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Avantiums are heavy. Underneath the turn table mechanically is only the turn table motor and the frame of the microwave. I would let it sit for a day and dry out before using it. But in the long run it might create corrosion and eventually you will need to replace your turn table motor. But I have seen liquid spilled into the turn table motor and be fine. You may create more damage by uninstalling your microwave to clean up the spill.
I would start by wiping It down with a damp cloth and then letting it try. Depending on its condition there are a few steps to take from here. One option for something in good shape would be a wood polish (though I don't think this is what you want for a work bench). If it needs more work, it can be sanded a fine grain sandpaper and then left as is, or stained or sealed. Just as a heads up, wood is very porous so if it is stained because something was spilled and left to sit, it's likely permanent. A dark stain (found at any hardware store) and some sanding might be able to over it up.
7,010.43 Printhead is stuck or is not tilting properly over the cam.
Initial Actions • Check that the Process Drive gear train is properly homed. • Check for obstructions or ink spills around the Printhead. • Verify the Printhead travels smoothly from left to right. • Check the Printhead Restraint Arms. • If the problem persists, follow the procedure below.
Table 1 7,010.4x through 7,015.4x Troubleshooting Reference Table Applicable Parts Wiring and Plug/Jack References Process Drive, PL 4.0 Right Side Harness / I/O Control, Figure 8 Head Tilt Solenoid, PL 4.0 Left Side Harness (2/2), Figure 5 Head Tilt Gear, PL 4.0 Restraint Arms, PL 2.0 Head Maintenance Clutch, PL 4.0 I/O Board (2/2), Figure 10
Table 2 Printhead Restraint Fault 7,010.xx through 7,015.xx Troubleshooting Procedure Step Questions or Actions Yes No 1 Reboot the system.Does the error persist? Go to Step 2. Complete. 2 Check the Printhead Lock Arms. Go to Step 3. Repair or replace Do the arms rotate correctly? the Printhead Restraints 3 Check for ink spills around the Printhead Go to Step 4. Remove ink spills or obstructions. and Printhead Tilt Gears. The Printhead should move when pushed left or right. Is the area around the Printhead clean and unobstructed? Remove ink spills or obstructions.
try taking it apart and letting it all sit straight up for one week thats what i did it works sometimes if not your best set is to find a local cell phone shop not a franchise one like in a mall and ask if they can get it fixed or refurbished..