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Suggestion For Microwave Control Panel With Saw Dust Inside?

Posted by meme2020 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 30, 13 at 18:47

I had a cabinet replaced yesterday to fit a microwave/convection oven with a touch sensor screen. From above eye level I can see there is saw dust / wood particles in the clock panel. Dose anyone have any suggestions on how to remove the saw dust or know how it is done? I will contact the manufacturer, but
am concerned the saw dust / particles will damage the control panel.

Thank you!

This post was edited by meme2020 on Sun, Dec 1, 13 at 5:23

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RE: Suggestion For Microwave Control Panel With Saw Dust Inside?

Do you have a keyboard cleaning kit for your vacuum cleaner or shop vac? If not, get one. They're really useful for all kinds of small cracks and crevices.

RE: Suggestion For Microwave Control Panel With Saw Dust Inside?

Holly Springs, thank you for such a great suggestion! I was not familiar with the micro cleaning kits. I will definitely get one, it looks like a great tool to have for a variety of things!

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