An infrared microwave uses infrared radiation rather than microwave radiation to cook food. Food in an infrared microwave cooks from the outside in, rather than the inside out as in a traditional microwave oven. More »

Depending on the cause of the problem, repairing a GE microwave may require performing a soft or hard reset, replacing the fuse, or replacing worn and broken parts. If simple fixes do not solve the problem, users should ... More »

Microwave ovens intended for home use range in internal capacity between 1 to 2 cubic feet, according to technology website CNET. External dimensions range from 10 to 14 inches high, 18 to 24 inches wide and 14 to 20 inc... More »

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Microwave ovens give off radiation, but their radiation is different than the type of radiation than causes radiation poisoning and cancer. Microwaves can heat human tissue, however, so proper safety is important. More »

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The only advantage a high wattage microwave oven has over a low wattage one is that it heats food more quickly. High wattage ovens are usually larger than low wattage ovens and suitable for preparing entire meals for a f... More »

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An over-the-range microwave is a food heating appliance and cooker that is mounted above the range or stove cook top. An over-the-range microwave mounted above the range includes a ventilation system that replaces the ty... More »

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Virtually all brands of microwave leak very little, if any, radiation and are comparable in safety to one another. Unless a microwave is damaged in some fashion, there is little difference in safety between one modern mi... More »

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