Question about Amana ACO1860 Microwave Oven
Using the Sensor Control for Potato cooking a Sweet Potato (which we've done numerous times previously) - the cooking time went much longer than expected - all of a sudden we noticed that the fan had stopped. We stepped into the kitchen and there was smoke everywhere - the sweet potato was a crisp and had embers glowing. The house was quickly filled with smoke. The microwave is totally unresponsive - did not trip the circuit breaker. Question, can it be repaired, it worth repairing, or do we need to start shopping. What do you suggest?
Please contact your home insurance to have the problem logged as a failure of the microwave. The insurance company will most likely help you with the smoke damage to the house and will contact the manufacturer to get their money back... there might be an issue with the manufacturing of these appliances.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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