Importance of Regular Microwave Testing
The microwave is one of the most used kitchen appliances today. Almost every household owns a microwave. Why? It’s really cheap to get one compared to how it was years ago, people have no time to cook food so they simply heat frozen goods or heat last night’s dinner, it’s very easy to operate and runs on electricity which is why many opt to have one at home. But even if the microwave is such a common household appliance, many still fail to test the safety of it. Take note that even if almost everybody has it, we still have the obligation to check it and see if still works properly and does not pose any serious threat to our health and well being.
Microwave testing should be more often to make sure that your favorite appliance is still in tip top shape. This is important especially if you have been using the same microwave for quite some time now. Just like any appliance or equipment that we own, microwaves also wear out especially if they have been in use for a long time. If in any case your microwave has a lifetime warranty then it is best to ask the brand to check for any problems. But you can also do the checking yourself. This will familiarize yourself with the microwave and will also prepare you in case you will need to fix it in the future.
Inspect the external parts
When checking the microwave, you have to check if all the knobs are working and if the microwave door still closes properly. This is the first step in microwave testing. Another important factor to consider is if there are any corrosions or rusts that have developed in your microwave. If this happens, you can go to the nearest service center and see what they can do to remove it. Corrosions are health hazardous and should be removed immediately.
Microwave Leakage Testing
Another key point in testing your microwave is to see whether there are any leaks. Unfortunately you can’t do this by simply checking looking at the microwave. You can send it to the service center or get a microwave leakage tester and do it yourself. Make sure that your test results are accurate and have the gadget calibrated so that it provides the correct results.
Testing on a regular basis
Whether it is an emergency light testing or testing your microwave make sure that you do this on a regular basis to ensure that these appliances are working perfectly whenever they are needed.
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