Built In Microwave Repair


Guinco Service Can Repair Your Built-In Microwave

No heat in your built-in microwave? Maybe it runs but then just stops?  Does it provide you an unexpected light show from interior sparking? Not to worry!  Guinco Service will send an experienced technician right over to diagnose and repair the issue for you.  Guinco services all of the major brands listed below to better help you keep your home running:  
  • Amana
  • Estate
  • Gladiator
  • Jenn-Air
  • KitchenAid
  • Maytag
  • Roper
  • Whirlpool
Guinco takes great pride in offering factory trained, expertly qualified technicians and a CSR Team and Parts Department who work hard together to provide the best service around and to help with all of your appliance needs. Our family owned and operated business of 20 plus years requires background checks for all of our technicians, and we also offer a 90 day parts and labor guarantee. Call 817.568.2866 to book service for your built-in microwave, or simply book your appointment with us online.  It’s that easy!  Thank you for letting our family help yours!

Obviously your microwave is getting heavy use and at some point will waive the white flag and need to parlay. We’re going to share with you some basic info and few simple tips to keep it humming along smoothly in this blog.

When it comes to microwaves, the turntable is really the unsung hero of the whole process. For those that don’t know, the turntable is the small glass or hard plastic circle that you place your food on. The turntable guide is the small plastic ring-on-wheels that makes the whole unit spin, insuring your food cooks evenly. Like the microwave itself, routine maintenance and cleaning for the turntable and guide typically isn’t done, which can cause food to not cook properly. Here are some helpful tips and tricks.

Microwaves are great appliances. For quick meals and easy reheating, it’s hard to think of a machine that does the job so efficiently. However, most people don’t fully understand how they work, or what repair is needed to fix them. Read more about how microwaves work in our blog.

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