Finding excess water in your microwave, especially when the room temperature is low, should be no cause for concern.
During the cooking process, steam forms and may start to drip down the oven door. This is quite normal and shouldn’t affect the microwave’s performance.
When you’ve finished using the microwave, just clean up the condensation water with a soft sponge.
Refer to your manual or our online troubleshooting guide for more advice on your microwave.
If you have any other concerns, call Service Force for a free quote. Microwave oven repairs can be hazardous and it’s often best to seek professional help from our experienced engineers.
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