Either way, it conked out again. Fixing it will no doubt require taking it off the wall, opening up the body and fiddling with the circuit board. Part of the problem with this approach is that we’re still not completely clear what made it work the first time around. It’s always precarious working in the dark when it comes to electronics. Then again, unless you’re an electrical engineer like RR, you’re always working in the dark with electronics.
We’ve once again adapted to life without a microwave and truth be told, it’s not that bad. It’s just that occasional bowl of soup that you want quickly heated that comes back to haunt you, but you just modify your schedule and expectations accordingly. I think at some point we may just have to replace it, but until then, we’ll simply have to just slow down. Maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
Until the next time, thanks for reading, and thanks to kå®ma for the pic.