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My microwave has melted a huge hole 17 cm in diameter in the plastic cooking cover - what is wrong with the microwave.

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Nothing is wrong with the microwave, the plastic cover was either not microwave suitable or a splash of grease/oil/food was stuck to the plastic and melted it.

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