Okay, I thought I set the timer on the microwave for something I put in the regular oven. It wasn't the timer though, it was the cook button. It ran for 30 minutes before I discovered my error. So I stopped it and clicked on timer and the balance 30 minutes.
When I go to put the frozen snap peas in the microwave to cook, the light goes on, the plate goes round and round, the time works, but no cooking.
I unplugged it, hopefully to reset to "default" and tried again. Still not cooking. This microwave is less than a year old.
Did I break it? or is there a reset button somewhere?
If you run the microwave, you are supposed to have a cup of water in it so that it doesn't mess it up. With all those microwaves bouncing around in there, you are probably right and they overheated the machine. I am SO glad it is working fine now! Congrats! ~ Suzi :)
Lots of times it is a fuse too. I was going to suggest that.
I need to keep a file of receits and warranties. That 10 year warranty on a water hose isn't worth a dime without the sales slip.
Glad its working Molly.