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Re: Problems using regular enamel paint in microwave oven?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Sam Goldwasser, Apr 7, 2007.

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  1. I'm not sure why some people appear to be turning this into rocket science.

    Here is a reply from John Gallawa of Microtech at
    http://www.gallawa.com/microtech/, generally regarded as the most
    comprehensive site for microwave ovens on the Web.

    First my question (similar but not word-for-word what I posted here)
    and then John's reply:
    In fact, I have now been able to determine from testing done by the
    person who originally was complaining that it is probably just residual
    odor at this point. I had them run the oven with just a water load to
    see if the area of the new paint heated up or behaved strangely. It
    did not. They'll have to try the coffee grounds I guess. :)

    Thanks to all who responded.

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