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Microwaves are potentially very dangerous if not repaired correctly. From what you have posted I am concerned you do not have the requisite knowledge to repair it safely. I recommend taking it to a qualified engineer for repair or your local recycling center for safe disposal.


First get a decent size iron karai (rounded heavy pan).Now heat up the pan with low fire continously.Get some clear sand on it,heat up the sand.Now pour the corns and stir softly until it gets popcorn.After that get the popcorns


the temp chart listed above is a good foundation to understanding the rate at which the material, in this case water, is being heated up. over-cooking food is all too common and has a high probability of creating carcinogens. with water there is theoretically minimal chance of such mutations. a slow ramp up thermally helps to cook evenly an reduce the ...


One thing that may work is a small aluminum mug-like pot that are readily available in Asian groceries. They are sized 2 or 3 cups and have lid too, and costs around 7 bucks.


Despite all your 'good' advice received, it is quite easy to cook 1/2 cup of rice in the microwave. I cook for 1 so I only do 1/2 cup at a time. in my microwave, which is 1,000 watts, its 4 minutes. I use only jasmine rice so its the only kind i have tried. I throw the rice in any handy bowl. Nothing fancy. add 1 C. water & cook 4 minutes. Leave sit ...


We enjoy pot pies and when we are in a hurry sometimes put two in the microwave at the same time. Usually it takes 7-8 minutes per pie. If two are in the oven at the same time (same size too) I multiply the time times 1.5. Generally it works out well. Happy cooking.

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