Don't let a broken microwave ruin your cooking experience. Contact the experts at Mr. Appliance® of Fremont and Sandusky, OH for reliable microwave oven repair service. Our experienced team is locally owned and operated, ensuring that you receive top-notch service. Contact us today and get your microwave back up and running in no time.
Introducing our Quick Microwave Oven Repair Service
When your microwave stops working, time becomes a priority. That's where we come in. At Mr. Appliance® of Fremont and Sandusky, OH, we offer fast and efficient microwave repairs without compromising on attention to detail.
Here are some of the common services we provide:
- Microwave transformer replacement
- Microwave circuit board replacement
- Microwave control panel replacement
- Microwave oven door repair (including latches)
- Microwave door replacement
Instead of wasting time searching online for a reliable microwave repair service near you, save your energy by choosing a team that has a proven track record of delivering high-quality work. Choose Mr. Appliance® of Fremont and Sandusky, OH for all your microwave repair needs.
We Repair All Types of Microwave Ovens
We specialize in repairing GE, Samsung, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, and Maytag microwave ovens.
We're experienced in handling all types of units:
- Drawer style (slide-out)
Encountering Microwave Issues?
If you're experiencing any of the following problems with your microwave, reach out to us for expert assistance:
The microwave is unresponsive.
If your microwave is properly plugged in and the door is closed, but it still won't turn on, the issue may be a blown fuse or a faulty door switch.
Sparks are flying inside the microwave.
Sparks, also known as "arcing," can occur due to various reasons such as placing foil or utensils inside, igniting food splatters, a malfunctioning high-voltage diode, or a broken fan or stirrer belt causing heat concentration.
The turntable isn't rotating.
If the carousel isn't moving correctly, it may need realignment on the turning mechanism. If the issue persists, it could be caused by a worn-out drive bushing or a defective tray motor.
The microwave isn't heating food.
If your microwave turns on but fails to heat your food, accompanied by a loud buzzing noise, it's likely a defective magnetron, capacitor, or diode.
The touchpad is malfunctioning.
Water damage or insect infestation can cause damage to the touchpad, hindering your ability to select the desired settings for your food. In such cases, touchpad replacement might be necessary.
Attempting to fix these issues yourself can lead to more problems, as there are multiple potential causes. For an accurate diagnosis and a reliable fix, trust our skilled technicians at Mr. Appliance® of Fremont and Sandusky, OH to repair your microwave efficiently.
Looking for Microwave Oven Parts?
We have all the parts you need for your microwave:
- Fan motors
- Tray motors
- Drive bushings
- Stirrer belts
Save time and money by finding all the replacement parts you need in one place.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can a hole in a microwave be repaired?
A hole in a microwave can compromise its safety and efficiency. It is generally recommended to replace the microwave if there is a hole inside or outside.
How to eliminate the burnt smell from a microwave:
Clean the inside of the microwave with water and dish soap. Then, place a cup of water (with optional lemon juice or vinegar) in the microwave and steam it for three minutes. Clean it again afterward. Finally, leave a box of baking soda inside the microwave overnight. Still, experiencing a smell? Contact Mr. Appliance® of Fremont and Sandusky, OH to replace the microwave filter.
How to mute a microwave:
Tired of the dinging noise? Some microwaves have a mute feature activated by a Sound or Volume button. If your unit doesn't have this option, altering the wiring to disable the speaker is dangerous. If your microwave is beeping at odd times, it may require professional repair.
How to unlock a microwave in child lock mode:
For most types of microwaves, you can unlock them by holding down the Off or Clear button for a few seconds. Refer to your owner's manual for specific instructions.