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Some general safety precautions for microwave ovens

Precautions while using Microwaves

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Some general safety precautions for microwave ovens

Follow the manufacturers instructions for operating procedures and safety precautions. Any misuse of the oven may result in personal injury. As mentioned above, persons with modern pacemakers should not experience difficulty when near a microwave that is in good working condition. However, if you have concerns or notice symptoms (e.g., dizziness or discomfort), move away from the microwave immediately and consult with your doctor. Check to see that door seal and inside surfaces of door and oven cavity are clean after each use. Repair or replace any microwave that is not in good working condition. Repairs should only be done by a qualified service person. Do not use the microwave if the door does not close (e.g., is bent, warped or damaged in any way). Do not disable or by pass any safety locks. Do not insert an object through an opening or around the door seal.


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