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 Post subject: Microwave on the blink?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2006 9:28 pm 
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hello
thought id ask another lickle question while i'm here, my microwave doesn't work anymore, i've changed the fuse, and plugged something else into the electrical socket to make sure it works o.k. Any suggestions, should i take it to a repairer, could he fix it do you think.
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hello there... so you've changed the fuse Sam..not sure babe, marky might know :roll:


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ok, thanks

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Looks like your not having alot of luck tonight.


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Hi weekendwarrior...no the microwave has been on the blink for ages..hehe


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Probally be cheaper to nip to tesco and get a new one!

They do them from £22


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go on then spike nip to tescos for her, you're only down the bloody road, you can service her at the same time..i meant the boiler of course


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M3 is looking for an ASBO :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: 8-)


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thats ok i'm used to it, as my ex used to be a builder before i threw him out..hehe


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watch it, M3 will soon be heading south on the M3.... just to double check your fuse!! :lol:


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Does the door latch work ok?


It could be one of many things. Take it to the repair shop and get it looked at as it could be something simple. If it ain't a simple fault and a super duper one. It ain't gonna be worth fixing as you can get them quite cheap now.


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it sometimes work and sometimes doesn't, haha Hinton... don't like the look of M3 anyway, seen his photo, good looking but i bet he knows it!!


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Samantha Jay wrote:
it sometimes work and sometimes doesn't



What the latch or the microwave in general??


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the microwave marky :oops:


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I'd narrow it down to 3 likely causes.

Dodgy flex lead, timer unit or latch.

Sorry I couldn't be much help! :sad:


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