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About microwaveexpert

The Microwave Service Company is based in Sellindge, Kent and provides repairs to Domestic and Commercial Microwave Ovens including 24 volt Samsung Roadmate microwaves.

Our Online Shop – Kitchenwareonline.com

We have now published quite a few posts here. I think its time just to remind everyone about the range of products available on our online shop. We created the shop in the first instance to make it easier for … Continue reading

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A built in microwave will almost definitely cheaper to repair than to replace

We repair a great number of built in microwave ovens. For many years now new kitchens have had the option to have a microwave or combi oven fitted within the wall units to keep the worktop clear. The microwave tends … Continue reading

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How to replace the waveguide cover in your microwave oven

If your microwave oven is sparking or ‘arcing’ during cooking it may be that the waveguide cover is damaged. Usually the cover is made of a material called mica. Although strong and tough when new, over a period of time … Continue reading

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Really low power microwaves

We have been asked occasionally to supply microwave ovens that output even less than the usual 500 watt microwaves that we already sell. Just to confirm, a microwave oven draws nearly twice the power in watts that it produces in … Continue reading

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Microwave Oven Power – Important Information for regular users

Following on from an earlier post, I wanted to let you know about the inherent problem with microwave power inconsistency. Microwave ovens produce a set amount of power. This is normally indicated in the specifications such as ‘900 watts output’. … Continue reading

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24 volt truck microwave oven repairs

Just a reminder that our repair service for the 24 volt Samsung Roadmate microwave ovens is still very popular. Although parts are no longer available for these ovens, we are able to repair the Inverter circuit board which seems to … Continue reading

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Heating plates in the microwave

Don’t use your microwave for warming plates. Continue reading

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24 Volt Power supply for trucks

Following on from the introduction of our Drivemate 24 volt microwave oven earlier this year, we have found that the power supply (inverter) which was always available separately anyway, is actually more popular than the power supply and microwave assembly. … Continue reading

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Paint peeling off inside the microwave ?

The interiors of microwave ovens do tend to rust over a long period of time. This can be due to a number of reasons, the main cause is the generally thin coating of paint is damaged by the continuous rotation … Continue reading

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Drivemate 24 Volt Microwave

The Drivemate has arrived. After a gruelling 2 years product development we have taken delivery of the first batch of our new 24 volt microwave ovens. We can now offer an in vehicle cooking solution for any 24 volt vehicle. … Continue reading

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