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Proline microwave 3535T sound not working

Does anyone know how to switch on the sound on a proline microwave 3535T?

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Your question is not really quite clear. What kind of sound is supposed to produce a microwave oven?
It works or not? Heats or not?
If it won'r work take it to repair to s qualified microvawe repair tech.

Posted on Jun 18, 2015

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