Official White-Westinghouse range/microwave combo parts
White-Westinghouse offers a variety of range/microwave combos built to fit any kitchen space. White-Westinghouse range/microwave combos use durable parts and well-tested controls to provide the consistent performance that cooks expect. When your White-Westinghouse range/microwave combo isn't working, trust Sears PartsDirect to have the replacement parts you need to fix any range problem.
Repairing arc burn marks inside the microwave cavity of your White-Westinghouse range/microwave combo
For microwaves that are not stainless steel on the inside, you can repair arc marks up to the size of a quarter using this touch-up paint, but only if the marks appear on the inside walls, the floor, or the ceiling. Don't attempt repairs on the outer frame, or the door. Any repairs to the door or frame could affect the shielding and cause radiation leaks. And don’t attempt repairs on burn marks larger than a quarter, as that could be a sign of a more serious problem and should be checked out by a service technician. Also, don't use this repair on microwaves with a stainless steel the inside, because the paint won’t stick.
Clean the area using soapy water and dry the spot thoroughly.
Sand the burnt spot down to bare metal using a fine grit sand paper. Wipe the area clean to remove any residue.
Apply a thin coat of microwave cavity touch up paint. Wait for 5 minutes to allow the first coat of paint to dry. Reapply a second coat of microwave cavity touch-up paint. Be sure to wait 24 hours for the paint to dry before using your microwave.
Microwave safety precautions for your White-Westinghouse range/microwave combo
Never attempt to repair internal microwave components inside the microwave oven cabinet. The high-voltage capacitor inside the microwave retains a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave power cord is unplugged from the wall outlet. Have a service technician repair any internal microwave component failure
Do not operate the microwave with the door open. Interlock switches should prevent the microwave from starting with the door open.
Don't use the microwave if you see door damage. A damaged door can allow microwave radiation to leak out of the cavity. Have a service technician repair the microwave door and test the door for radiation leakage.
Clean food residue out of the microwave cavity often.