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Yeobuild HomeRepair has been in the business since 1980, one of the pioneers in home maintenance service. Armed with 41 years of experience, be assured that our technicians can handle all types of Microwave repair and problems. We can help you save money and time, making sure you are satisfied.

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What Are the Types of Microwaves We Repair?

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Over-the-range Microwaves

Over-the-range microwaves are usually placed above a stove or cooktop, allowing you to save a lot of counter space in the kitchen. These microwaves have multi-purpose functions such as a hood vent and a microwave oven, even offering overhead lighting, air circulation, and ventilation for the kitchen. These types are very common and can be found anywhere.
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Low Profile Microwaves

Just as its name describes, this type of microwave has a low profile design. This kitchen appliance is 6 inches shorter and 10.25 inches taller than a typical over-the-range microwave, all of which are benefits. The interior is seven inches high, leaving you with enough space to accommodate a dish of food with a splash cover on it.
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Built-in Microwaves

This is a microwave that is neatly tucked into a cabinet or a wall, allowing for more counter space. This model is more expensive than countertop microwaves. Installation may sometimes be difficult, and a licensed contractor may be required for appropriate installation. Adequate ventilation is essential, especially if the microwave is integrated into a cabinetry wall.

Countertop Microwaves

Countertop microwaves are freestanding machines that are typically found on a kitchen counter. They do not necessitate any venting or specific installation. For a convenient location near the countertop, stove, and refrigerator. Because it’s customary to put anything straight from the fridge into the microwave, you want the two to be close together while still leaving some bench space.
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Under-counter Microwaves

The modern design of this appliance adds style to any kitchen, and its compact size frees up space for storing your new equipment. Some models also come with a venting system that can be installed right into your current cabinet. This suggests that installing one of these microwaves doesn’t call for any additional ventilation!

Convection Microwave Ovens

Convection microwaves combine the features of a convection oven and a microwave into one convenient device. You can enjoy multiple functions that allow you to bake, roast, grill, and steam in addition to heating and thawing food in the same manner as conventional microwaves.
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Wall Oven and Microwave Combinations

The wall oven and microwave combination uses the available space quite efficiently as it combines the technology of two appliances into one. A wall oven and microwave place two of your kitchen essentials within easy reach, enhancing the versatility of your area overall. A single oven with a capacity of 4 to 5 cubic feet and a microwave with a capacity of just under 112 cubic feet make up the majority of wall oven microwave combinations.
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Smart Microwaves

A smart microwave is a microwave oven that has enhanced features and capabilities typically found in smart gadgets and connects to your smart home network, typically via Wi-Fi. It also has the ability to scan barcodes, which is used to download recipes, including moisture sensors and other features found in smart microwaves.

The Top 8 Most Common Microwave Problems

The Microwave Plate Does Not Turn

If your microwave isn’t operating, the glass tray support may be cracked or pulled off. Broken wheels, like impediments in the track, can halt rotation. If the roller guide’s wheels are broken or too dusty, your plate may have stopped rotating. Unbalanced and rotation-stopping forces can also be caused by a damaged roller arm.

The Microwave Fails to Turn On

If your microwave fails to operate, a possible reason for this is that the glass tray support is cracked or has been pulled off. Rotation can be ceased by broken wheels and numerous other tract obstructions. A damaged roller arm might also potentially result in unbalanced and rotation-stopping forces.

The Door Cannot Close Properly

It’s typical for older appliances’ doors to stop hanging or shutting properly over time. This is frequently caused by hinges or springs that have become loose from their factory tightened position. Heat and odors can escape the microwave if the door is not properly closed, and additional problems can occur. A non-latching microwave door may be difficult to open or close, and the microwave may struggle to recognize the door as fully closed. Examine the door latch assembly and hinges, as well as the torsion springs associated with the hinges. Replace any broken parts and tighten any loose screws.

The Door Won’t Open

A microwave door can become jammed shut from time to time. This is especially common in microwaves with a push-button door release. Don’t be concerned if your microwave door is jammed shut. Typically, there is at least one manual override so that the microwave door can be opened without using the typical button or mechanism. It’s useful to understand what your microwave’s manual door override is. Once you’ve mastered the open door method, examine the latch assembly. This is most likely where you’ll encounter the stuck door issue. You should also consider repairing the door handle and/or the button release mechanism.

The Microwave Is Not Turning Off

Another issue is that your microwave does not turn off after the timer runs out. This frightening circumstance happens all too often and can do far more than simply overcook your dish. To stop it from cooking, you may need to force the door open or disconnect the machine. In this scenario, you should focus primarily on electronic components that may be faulty. The door interlock switch may not be actuating. Or the microwave’s smart-board, which controls all computer tasks such as timing how long the machine runs.

The Microwave is Not Heating Up

When a microwave continues to age, it is more likely that it will buzz and the microwave light will turn on, but no heat will be generated. Inspect the door switch beforehand if your microwave is really not warming up, because there is a chance that the cycle is not really starting because the door isn’t latching properly. Examine the voltage diode as well. You might as well swap out the microwave if it turns out to be the magnetron.

The Microwave is Making Noise

Your microwave could become noisy for a variety of reasons, but on the bright side, the easiest microwave plate to diagnose and fix is one that is noisy. If the plate is rattling, check the coupler and guiding roller. One of the most challenging components to swap out is the driving motor or magnetron. Potentially responsible might be the high voltage diode. Depending on the microwave, it can be the cooling fan.

The Microwave Touchpad is not Responding

One of the most aggravating microwave issues is when the touchpad stops responding. Microwaves ought to beep when you hit the buttons, at the very least. Start by looking at the membrane switch, which regulates how sensitive each button is. If the membrane switch isn’t the problem, it can be the board that controls all responses.

The Exhaust Fan is Not Working

In order to keep the air clear above your stove, certain above-the-range microwaves come with exhaust fans. You can try a few different ways if your exhaust fan stops working. Investigate the air filters first. A charcoal or metal mesh filter can be changed, or it can be washed and cleaned to get it working again. Sometimes, all that is needed to restart your exhaust fan is that. The moving parts should then be separated, cleaned, and put back together. Additionally, fix any damaged components in the exhaust fan assembly.

The Light is Busted

The microwave light helps you keep track of the food you are cooking by letting you know when it is turned on. Depending on the model of your microwave, you can replace the light with varying degrees of ease. You might need to completely open the case in order to replace your microwave light. Your control board may also be the issue if you are certain the bulb is functioning properly.

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What do our customers say about us?

Based on 297 reviews
Annie Ho
Annie Ho
My home microwave (Turbo Incanto) broke down and initially i was sceptical to call for a home repair service! Thankfully, I found a reliable microwave repair service in Yeobuild. Their technician, Mr Syafiq came down at the appointed day/time and gave sound advice on the job scope after checking my microwave (heating system failed). Initial $60 fee was waived and all-inclusive $190 fee paid for repairs, transport, delivery, installation, spare parts, etc. No hidden charges and fees are transparent as quoted by Mr Syafiq. Job completed in 3 days with Invoice (cash payment) and Job Report emailed to me promptly. Thank you for the excellent service. Highly Recommended.
sandra a
sandra a
I've used yeobuild three times - for my wine fridge, washing machine and oven. All three times, the items were repaired professionally and in a timely manner. No idea if it is good value as I didn't compare prices, but I appreciate the prompt appointments, straightforward price quotes and follow ups. Will continue to use them and recommend to friends.
Jz L
Jz L
UPDATED post follow up: Service team returned call and fixed an appointment readily for next day as promised. Both fans are in good working condition 🙏🏻 Hope that YeoBuild can be impeccable in all aspects going forward, not solely zoomed in just for new accounts. Will return for other repairs and services if need to! Initial appointment was set up fast but received many calls for new slot allocation to fix on 1. Handyman is good and professional, mentioned that for follow up of capacitor replacement, the team will be in touch soon once we make payment for the new units. The ones he has did not fit ours hence the follow up appointment is required. Right after the first trip, email summary and invoice came for follow up. But no one reached out to give status nor make appointment for the expected service for replacement. Its been 2-3 weeks. I called once and they mentioned will check exact and lmk, still no updates so far.
Ilsun Cho
Ilsun Cho
We had Mr Yap, came to repair our oven. He was very competant, effective and professional when repairing our oven. He arrived on time. Give him two thumbs up ! He was just great !