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 Do microwaves have magnets in them?

Answer Microwave ovens have magnets inside which are part of the magnetron, a high-voltage vacuum tube that is responsible for the conversion of electrical energy into the microwave energy that heats and ... Read More »
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Microwaves Do's & Don't's?

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Microwaves am I the odd one out ?

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With Microwaves?

Hi Froggie,It is a big mystery, the manufacturers make them that way to confuse you and freak you out.Damn those microwave manufactures :o)
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