Microwave Repair


Tips from the Microwave Repair Man at Aviv Service Today in Charleston


Very little goes wrong with a microwave oven but it does require proper care and some maintenance













Charleston SC – The microwave repair man at Aviv Service Today enjoys sharing care and maintenance tips with his customers while servicing their appliances. Microwave maintenance is easy and not too time consuming. A properly maintained microwave will work more efficiently to save energy and avoid costly repair bills.

Ofer Hubara, owner of Aviv Service Today shares care and use tips to help people get more from their microwave oven. Preventative maintenance and care with cooking prevents damage and improves the quality of food prepared in the microwave.

For the smaller, countertop units, calling a service technician would be cost prohibitive, but for the larger, built in microwave ranges, it is a good idea to fix rather than replace them when possible. The microwave oven repair man with Aviv Service Today will advise the customer if the unit is not worth repairing.

His most important tip is to only have a qualified microwave repair technician make electrical repairs to avoid shock injury and further damage to the unit. Read the service manual and note the safety tips included in the care and maintenance instructions. Additional tips shared by the microwave service tech ad Aviv Service Today (http://highendappliancerepaircharlestonsc.blogspot.com/) include:

Never place metal, plastics or Styrofoam containers inside the microwave. Metal can cause serious damage and some plastics and Styrofoam can contain toxic chemicals that can leach into food when used in the microwave. Use only microwave safe cookware.

Avoid over cooking food and use a container with a vented lid when heating liquids. When cooking packaged food be sure to follow the microwave cooking instructions. Because fatty foods get very hot heat them in a microwave-safe glass container.

Do not use the microwave for deep-frying or heating baby bottles. Set the timer as per instructions or your own experience. Never use the microwave to dry clothes as this is a fire risk.

Cleaning a microwave can be a difficult chore, especially if food and debris have been allowed to build up and become cooked onto the interior surface. Cover food when cooking to prevent splatter and wipe all spills immediately. When dried food gets stuck on the microwave, place a container of water in the microwave, heat to boiling, then let it stand. The steam will soften up the dried debris which can be easily wiped away. Do not use abrasives.

When the microwave has an odor, wipe the interior with water and baking soda. Rinse and wipe dry. Using 3 parts warm water to 1 part lemon juice works well too.

The above tips from the microwave repair man will keep it looking good and cooking delicious food for years. When service is needed, call Aviv Service Today and they will send a qualified specialist to diagnose and fix the problem.

Aviv Service Today technicians are qualified to service most makes and models of home appliances. They are licensed and insured and they will respect the customer’s home, clean up after themselves and often provide tips to help them get more from their appliances.

At Aviv Service Today, the mission is simple: to offer high-quality, “old-fashioned” customer service by treating their customers the same way that they would want to be treated when calling for service. Visit http://www.avivservicetoday.com to learn more.


About Aviv Service Today:
Aviv Service Today specializes in high end appliances including Sub Zero, Bosch Thermador, Viking, Dacor, Asko,Fisher & Paykel, Scotsman, Wolf, U-Line and most other makes and models of home appliances. They also specialize in refrigeration repair. Owner, Ofer Hubara, began his appliance repair training in 1987 and he has had extensive training on all national brands and high-end appliances. Ofer keeps on the cutting edge of appliance repair techniques by attending the annual convention for the Professional Servicer’s Association and the United Servicer’s Association.