Reliable Microwave Oven Repair Service in Parker, CO

Don't let a broken microwave ruin your cooking experience. Get reliable and professional microwave oven repair service from Mr. Appliance® of Parker. Our experienced team is locally owned and operated, ensuring prompt and efficient service.

Schedule your repair service with our dependable team, and we'll come to the rescue of your malfunctioning microwave!

Simply request an appointment online or call us to get started.

Quick and Efficient Microwave Oven Repair Service

When your microwave suddenly stops working, we understand that time is of the essence. That's why Mr. Appliance® of Parker is here to offer speedy yet meticulous microwave repairs.

Our comprehensive services include:

  • Replacement of microwave transformers
  • Replacement of microwave circuit boards
  • Replacement of microwave control panels
  • Repair of microwave oven doors, including latches
  • Replacement of microwave doors

Instead of spending endless hours searching for a reliable "microwave oven repair service near me," trust our proven team who consistently delivers top-quality work.

Types of Microwave Ovens We Repair

We specialize in repairing all brands, including GE, Samsung, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, and Maytag. Our expertise extends to various styles of microwave units:

  • Countertop microwaves
  • Drawer-style (slide-out) microwaves
  • Over-the-range microwaves
  • Built-in microwaves

Do You Notice Any of These Microwave Oven Issues?

If you're experiencing any of the following problems, don't hesitate to reach out for Mr. Appliance® of Parker’s professional microwave oven repair services:

  • The microwave isn't working.

If you've checked that it's plugged in and the door is properly closed, the issue could be a blown fuse or a faulty door switch.

  • Sparks inside the microwave.

Sparks, also known as "arcing," can be caused by foil or utensils in the microwave, ignited food splatters, a shorted high-voltage diode, or a broken fan/stirrer belt concentrating heat in one area.

  • The turntable isn't rotating.

Realigning the carousel on the turning mechanism might solve this issue. If not, it could be due to a worn-out drive bushing or a defective tray motor.

  • Microwave isn't heating food.

If your microwave turns on but fails to heat your food while emitting a loud buzzing noise, it's likely that you have a defective magnetron, capacitor, or diode.

  • Intermittent touchpad function.

Water damage or insect infestation can cause damage to your microwave's touchpad, making it difficult to select settings correctly. Replacement may be necessary.

Since these warning signs can stem from various causes, we don't recommend attempting to fix your microwave yourself. For an accurate diagnosis and efficient repair, trust Mr. Appliance® of Parker to inspect your broken microwave.

Quality Microwave Oven Parts

We provide sourcing and replacement services for various microwave parts including:

  • Lights
  • Fuses
  • Switches
  • Capacitors
  • Fan motors
  • Tray motors
  • Drive bushings
  • Stirrer belts
  • Diodes
  • Magnetrons

Frequently Asked Questions about Microwaves

Can a hole in a microwave be repaired?

Unfortunately, repairing a hole in a microwave is not recommended. It can compromise the safety and efficiency of the appliance. It is generally advised to replace the microwave if it has a hole inside or outside.

How to remove burnt smell from a microwave:

To eliminate burnt smells, start by cleaning the inside of the microwave with water and dish soap. Then, place a cup of water (with an optional tablespoon of lemon juice or white vinegar) in the microwave and heat it for three minutes to create steam. Clean the interior once again. Finally, leave a box of baking soda in the unit overnight. Still experiencing lingering odors? Contact Mr. Appliance® of Parker for assistance with replacing the microwave filter.

How to mute a noisy microwave:

If you dislike the sound produced by your microwave, check if it has a built-in mute feature controlled by a button labeled Sound or Volume. If your unit doesn't have this option, altering the wiring to disable the speaker is dangerous and not recommended. If your microwave beeps at odd times, it may require professional repair.

How to unlock a microwave with child lock mode:

In most cases, you can resolve this issue by pressing and holding either the Off or Clear button for several seconds. Refer to your owners' manual for specific instructions.

For speedy and effective microwave oven repair, rely on Mr. Appliance® of Parker. We offer prompt service to get your microwave back in working order in no time!

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