Microwave Troubles? Let Our Appliance Technicians Repair It!
Microwave ovens are found in hundreds of millions of homes worldwide. Making hot food quickly and easily accessible to you and your family, they are truly a miracle of modern technology. Extremely efficient in their use of electricity, microwave ovens use microwave radiation, which excites water, fat, and sugar molecules into atomic motion, also known as heat. When this process is hindered by broken or damaged parts, it’s time for a microwave repair service from experts you can trust.
Repairmyappliance will be able to send Professional Appliance Service Technicians to fix any type of problem you have with your microwave, from improper heating to unexplained sparks. Schedule service online today, or give us a call at 587-415-0572
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FAQ About Microwave Oven
Why is my microwave beeping and how do I make it stop?
- Cooking Timer: If you have set the cooking timer on your microwave, it will beep when the time is up. To stop the beeping, simply press the “stop” or “clear” button on your microwave.
- End of Cooking Cycle: When your food has finished cooking, many microwaves will beep to let you know that it’s done. To stop the beeping, open the door to your microwave or press the “stop” button.
- Error Message: If there is an error message displayed on your microwave, it may beep to alert you to the problem. Check your user manual for troubleshooting tips or contact customer support for assistance.
- Low Battery: Some microwaves use batteries to power their display and control panel. If the battery is low, your microwave may beep intermittently. Replace the battery to stop the beeping.
Why did my microwave just catch on fire?
- Overheating: If you cook something in the microwave for too long, it can overheat and catch on fire. Make sure to follow cooking times and power levels as recommended by your microwave’s user manual.
- Metal Objects: Never put metal objects inside a microwave as they can cause sparks and potentially start a fire.
- Electrical Problems: Faulty wiring or components in the microwave can also cause it to catch on fire. If you suspect an electrical issue, unplug the appliance immediately and do not use it until it has been inspected by a professional.
- Food Debris: If food debris accumulates inside the microwave, it can ignite during cooking and start a fire. Clean your microwave regularly to prevent this from happening.
- Defective Microwave: In rare cases, a defective microwave may have design flaws that make it more prone to catching on fire. Check with the manufacturer for any recalls or safety warnings related to your specific model.
How do I clean my microwave?
Cleaning your microwave is important to remove any food debris and prevent the growth of bacteria. Here are some steps to follow for cleaning your microwave:
- Wipe down the inside: Using a damp sponge or cloth, wipe down the interior of the microwave, paying special attention to any areas with heavy food splatters. If there are stubborn stains, you can use a mild dish soap and warm water.
- Clean the turntable: Remove the turntable from your microwave and wash it in warm soapy water, or place it in your dishwasher if it’s dishwasher safe.
- Clean the exterior: Wipe down the exterior of your microwave with a damp cloth or sponge, again using a mild dish soap if necessary.
- Deodorize: To remove any unpleasant odors from your microwave, place a bowl of water with lemon slices or vinegar inside and heat on high for several minutes. This will help break up any stuck-on food and neutralize smells
- Dry everything thoroughly: Use a clean towel or paper towels to dry all surfaces of your microwave before using it again.
The microwave is making strange noises, is it broken?
- Fan: Microwaves have a built-in fan that helps circulate air to keep the appliance cool during use. If you hear a humming or whirring noise, it may just be the fan running.
- Turntable: If your microwave has a turntable, it may make noise as it rotates during cooking.
- Magnetron: The magnetron is the component in a microwave that generates heat. If you hear a buzzing or humming sound while the microwave is in use, it could be an issue with the magnetron.
- Defective Parts: In some cases, strange noises may indicate a problem with one of the internal components of your microwave. For example, if there is a loose part rattling around inside the appliance, you may hear banging or clanging sounds.
Check the user care manual for possible direct solutions to any of the issues listed above.
If problems are not resolve at this point you may have to contact us and have our professional technician solve any issues of your microwave appliance.