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Old 21st April 2010, 11:12
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Bang goes another theory.
Our microwave is just that and nothing else, our last was a dual purpose but never got used (the Memsahib prefers the gas cooker), so our replacement didn't need to be anything other than a basic model.
I'm basically "Can't cook, won't cook" so the most adventurous I get is a cup of soup in the μwave.
Having checked, I found that the "Stainless steel interior" is, in fact, magnetic. It must be something to do with a stainless steel plating or something.
It's all about not sustaining eddy currents.

Quite a lot of stainlesses are magnetic to a degree, but its all to do with points of voltage concentration which then breaks through the fizzle factor causing the shazzam effect to come into play which then ramps up the Suddenly Brown phenomena
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Old 21st April 2010, 11:14
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Being used to working with stainless in the food conveyor industry on of the prime tests for quality was the magnet.
If it dropped off you were good to go.
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Old 21st April 2010, 11:20
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Being used to working with stainless in the food conveyor industry on of the prime tests for quality was the magnet.
If it dropped off you were good to go.
The usual ones are the austentic stainlesses 304 and 316 where 304 is slightly magnetic 316 is not magnetic.

Considerably more to it than that of course but the magnet rule is a good one on the whole
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Old 21st April 2010, 19:50
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Hi, No you can leave the metal tray in only need to remove it if you are using at as a Microwave to heat meals and so forth Bon

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