How to Maintenance for Your Microwave Oven-servicing
Microwave ovens are cheaper and easier to replace than the larger appliances in your kitchen, so many people don’t worry about preventative care.
Keep the inside and outside clean. Clean:By regularly wiping out the inside of your microwave, you cut down on bad smells and keep spots and corrosion from developing.
Dust, grease, and other residues can build up on the outside of your microwave, especially on the controls. For service chat
Never put metal in your microwave:The microwaves emitted from the oven bounce off of metallic materials, so metal in the oven will cause the interior to heat up unevenly and can cause damage. This includes aluminum.
Make sure the door closes properly. If the door is damaged or the seal is cracked, food won’t cook evenly and radiation can escape.
Cover your food. Use a microwave-safe plastic cover over your dishes, or use the lids on your microwave-safe food containers.