I just recently bought the Emerson microwave oven and grill, model MWG9111SL. I love it, however, it makes a loud beep noise anytime you push any button on the control panel. My question? How can I turn the beep OFF???
It is really loud and very annoying. I'm afraid if I can't figure out how to turn it OFF...I'll have to return the microwave. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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I've had an Emerson microwave/grill for about 5 years now and love it!! To use the grill function you just hit "grill/combo" then hit the buttons up above the grill/combo button for however many minutes or seconds you want, then hit "Start" button. make sure your using a metal dish.
microwave is emanating high pitched or growling noises during operation,
the magnetron could be going bad. Normally a nearly silent part, the
magnetron uses high voltage and induces the frequency required to cook
food. Although normally not a safety hazard to operate, this is a sign
that the magnetron is failing and will need to be replaced as soon as
Exhaust fan motorIf
your microwave is making a very loud humming noise during operation, it
could possibly be the exhaust fan motor. If defective the part will need
to be replaced to silence the appliance once more.
leading cause of a noisy microwave is an expired stirrer motor. With use
this part becomes worn and makes a loud grinding noise, which is
usually a leading indicator that the part needs to be replaced. The
stirrer is a metal blade that is slowly turned by the motor. This action
disperses the microwave energy in a random pattern, which heats the
food evenly. If the stirrer motor is determined to be nearing
expiration, it should be replaced to halt the grinding noise.
Turntable motorA very
common cause for a noisy microwave is a worn out turntable motor. This
is a relatively easy repair and will put an end to the noise once
The micro wave part is not working in your oven. It is mainly due to to
the defect in the magnetron and the related components like high
voltage side fuse and high voltage diode etc. you can check the fuse
and the diode with a multimeter. If they are ok replace the magnetron.