Amityville Microwave Service Man with Fleet Appliance Provides Great Solution to Common Problem
Easy microwave maintenance tips to save time and money while improving performance and longevity
Bob Dougherty, owner of Fleet Appliance Repair has posted useful information to his website to help people get more from their microwave. Preventative maintenance and care will make a big difference in longevity as well as the quality of food cooked in the microwave.
The local microwave service man’s most important tip is to only have a qualified 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 from Fleet Appliance Repair (http://www.appliancerepairamityvillenewyork.com/) include:
Never place metal, plastics or Styrofoam containers inside the microwave. 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 service specialist will keep it looking good and cooking delicious food for years. When service is needed, call Fleet Appliance Repair and they will send a qualified service technician to diagnose and fix the problem.
Fleet Appliance Repair serves residents and business owners in Long Island, Suffolk County and neighboring communities in New York. Fleet Appliance Corp is the only certified appliance repair service center in Long Island. This rating indicates the highest available level of recognition for technical and managerial expertise given by the major home appliance industry. Visit http://www.fleetappliance.com to learn more.
About Fleet Appliance:
Bob Dougherty operates Fleet Appliance Corp, a member of AHASC with over 22 years in business. Their factory trained technicians provide appliance repair services on most major brands and they are licensed by Suffolk consumer Affairs. The appliance service technician will do a thorough inspection and recommend the best course of action for their customer. Fleet Appliance Repair uses only factory specified parts and fully guarantees their work.
Fleet Appliance Corp
149 Waverly Ave
Patchogue, NY 11772
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