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 Posted: Thu Aug 5th, 2010 05:04 am
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Bit of a "physician, heal thyself" moment here.

Couple of nights ago, some vegetable samosas went on fire in this unit. After some investigation, I noticed what appears to be some chips out of the interior. Any way to fix this, or is it off to the landfill? I throw myself at the mercy of my peers, as microwaves aren't my topic.

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is that just the paint chips ?

should be OK ..

OR

Microwave Interior Spray Paint
Citrine white microwave oven liner paint. 4-1/2-ounce spray can.

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Make sure you you lightly sand and prepare the spots properly before or if you decide to touch them up. Also check the wave guide cover for burn spots.



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There's another one for those who don't feel like spraying:

http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-microwave+paint-%3d%3di226011&PartID=226011

It's been a good unit, I don't want to trash it unless absolutely necessary. I'll give this a try.



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I personally prefer the brush on, its less time consuming



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