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In Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, we repair and service all brands and models of microwaves. If your microwave doesn't get cold or hot water, doesn’t spin or you have any other problems, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of rest, returning your microwave to perfect working order. Call us any time for a same day appointment for your Queens, Brooklyn or Bronx microwave repair. We will work with you to set the microwave repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for you:

We understand that everyone has a different schedule and we will always work with you to schedule your Queens, Brooklyn or Bronx microwave repair. For a convenient and flexible microwave repair appointment in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx, call us at our toll free line:


For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased microwave parts are shipped directly to you.

If you prefer, you can as well for an microwave repair appointment in Brooklyn, Queens or Bronx. In the email please include your name, phone number, zip code and brief details of the problem that you are experiencing with your microwave. As soon as we receive the email we will contact you, so that you can schedule your microwave repair appointment in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx.

The information below will help you to become more familiar with your microwave. It will also help you to use your microwave in the most effective and efficient ways. This way you will be able to save money on utility expenses and to extend the life of your microwave.

IMPORTANT: Do not try to use your own skills and get involved in any microwave repairs that you are not familiar and experienced with. Ninety-nine percent of the time when you repair microwave you deal with water and electricity and if you don’t know what you are doing this could be a dangerous mix. It could literally kill you! Do not take chances with your safety. The information below is strictly for educational purposes. We strongly encourage you not to getting involved with any microwave repairs on your own. All microwave repairs demand experience and professional training with gas or electrical systems and can become very dangerous if you don’t have the knowledge for repairs. For professional help microwave repair in Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx call us any time at:


More about your microwave oven

Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic energy that is intermediate in frequency and wavelength between radio waves and infrared waves. Microwave energy is absorbed by many materials, thereby producing a temperature rise. In foods, this increase in temperature is rapid and makes it possible to cook foods quickly. Metallic materials, such as oven walls, grids, and screens, largely reflect microwave energy. Glass and many nonmetallic wrapping materials allow microwaves to pass through them. The degree of heating depends on the moisture content, shape, size, mass, and other physical features of the material. Microwaves, a no ionizing form of radiation, will not make food and other materials radioactive. As in any cooking process, microwave cooking has some effect on the nutritional value of the food. Most studies, however, have shown that there are no significant nutritional differences in foods heated by microwave radiation when compared to conventional cooking methods. There have been no documented cases of radiation injury related to microwave ovens when these appliances were used according to the manufacturer's instructions. Interference with certain heart pacemakers has been associated with proximity to an operating microwave oven, as it has with other kinds of electronic or electrical equipment. The microwave oven shown is designed to give you long,
Give and peak performance. However, as with all electrical appliances, there are some things that you must follow to avoid potential personal hazards and give you the performance you expect.
Visual Check after Uncrating
After the oven is uncrated, all packing g material must be removed from the oven cavity.
Inspect the oven for any damage, such as a misaligned door, damaged gasket around the door, dents or holes in the door screen, or dents inside the oven cavity. Any dents or breakage should be reported to your dealer and the delivering carrier immediately. The dealer will tell you if the oven will operate correctly. The unit must be grounded at all times. If you move the oven from area to area, the receptacle you use must be fully grounded. Most microwave ovens run on a frequency of 2,450 MHz, but some are available in 915 MHz. (MHz means megahertz, such as it unit of frequency corresponding to one cycle per one-one millionth of a second.) The frequency determines the wave length; the higher the frequency, the shorter the wave length and the shallower the heat penetration. Larger meat and poultry items will cook somewhat faster in a 915-mhz unit, although the 2,450-mhz unit is adequate. Smaller meals and dishes, such as leftovers, are easier to cook and heat up in a 2,450-mhz unit. For the first few days that you have the oven in your home, it is recommended that you keep a cup or glass of water in the oven when it is not in use. This will help protect the oven if it should accidentally be turned on by curious members of the family who might run the oven without a load in it. It is possible to damage the magnetron tube if the oven is operated without anything in it. Be sure to fill out the registration punched card and send it to the manufacturer of the oven.