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Microwave is a part of our daily life. A microwave is a common thing to have in almost every household. Since microwave is a popular device, the cases of the microwave being dysfunctioned or not working is also a common issue.
To repair our microwave, we often end up calling mechanics or repairman who can fix it for us but repairing a microwave is not that challenging. You can restore a microwave just by sitting at home with the household tools that are usually available. And in this article, we will tell you how to repair a microwave easily at home.
How to Repair a Microwave
Your microwave may not work correctly for various reasons before jumping into the process of repairing we need to find out what is the problem. Different problems of microwave have a different solution to it. Here we will guide you to every step.
Warning: Don't try to repair the magnetron in the microwave because it is hazardous.
There are several tools that you require to fix your microwave oven and some more things that will protect you from accidents like being electrocuted.
Screwdriver with rubber handle
Needle-nose plier with rubber handle
At first, you will need to insolate yourself. Then you can think about dealing with the capacitor. Keep in mind that a microwave oven is a strangely a critical device, not for of the microwaves. Microwaves usually take a lot of electricity to operate.
Do not go for discharging a microwave capacitor if you are not confident enough and know how to protect yourself adequately. We will guide you step by step. But our concern is in your safety; hence we recommend that a highly professional should deal with it unless you are confident and know how to keep your self safe from being electrocuted.
Wear rubber gloves, and you must wear rubber sandals as well to make your self completely insolated. This precaution is necessary to keep yourself safe from being electrocuted.
Steps to repair the microwave
In this section, we will guitar you repair the microwave part by part.
Repair a microwave door
If the magnetron is faulty, then you may find the unit blowing up the fuse, but you may still have all other functions operating normally.
Following these steps and cautions, you can safely and efficiently figure out the problem in your microwave oven. This instruction may save you from making a hole in your pocket by the professionals who fix microwave.
Nevertheless, you must always remember that if you are not confident enough to fix your microwave or dispatch it, then you should not take the risk.