I was visiting my mother at Xmas time and noticed that the numbers on
the digital display of her microwave are unreadable. And it is a
relatively new unit. Is it easily fixable or does it have to be taken
to a repair shop? I don't remember the brand offhand although I could
find out if it helps. Thanks.
|I was visiting my mother at Xmas time and noticed that the numbers on
|the digital display of her microwave are unreadable. And it is a
|relatively new unit. Is it easily fixable or does it have to be taken
|to a repair shop? I don't remember the brand offhand although I could
|find out if it helps. Thanks.
It depends on your abilities.
Is the display out of alignment, tilted ?
Is the display receiving the proper voltages and signals ?
Is the display plain old defective ?
If the microwave is new I suggest having it repaired under warranty
If its under warrenty , then return it for repair .
On my unit the numbers are unreadable unless there is a light shining
into the display , makes it impossible to use without the kitchen light
If the display isnt working at all , its probably an electronics
you could ask her to unplug it overnight and see if things are back to
normal the next day. otherwise buy mom a new microwave. take her old
one for your secondary thanksgiving microwave. or camping; it's great
to have microwave popcorn on a rainy day.
Only the new units have this capability. In accordance with the GATT
(General Agreements on Trade and Tarriffs) and the UAMM (Uniform
Agreement on Metric Measurements)new devices in the US will have the
option of metric time. This is for greater cooperation with Europe
and developing Asian nations.
You apparently have one of the first models.
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