What Should You Do If Your Kenmore Microwave Has Been Recalled?


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Owners of a recalled Kenmore microwave oven should cease using the microwave immediately and contact the manufacturer for service options. Depending on the specific recall, the manufacturer of the affected units offers options including free repairs or rebates.

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There are two recent recalls on Kenmore microwave products as of March 2015, one for overheating over-the-hood microwaves produced by Whirlpool for Kenmore in 2001 and a second in 2007 for Kenmore combination wall ovens manufactured by GE with faulty door switches. Kenmore appliances are manufactured by a number of different companies, so it is necessary for owners of affected models to contact the manufacturer directly rather than Sears, who only owns the Kenmore brand.

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