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Hi Gene,

The microwave is still running fine but it has been suggested I should check to make sure it is not leaking radiation. I have checked into that and find there are a number of devices to do that but supposedly most of them are not very accurate or reliable. What would you suggest?

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If the door was not dislodged or broken and it's closing properly, then there is nothing to worry about.

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If the door was not dislodged or broken and it's closing properly, then there is nothing to worry about.

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Thanks Gene,

What surprises me is there is no "seal" on or around the door. I guess the configuation of the cabinet and door must stop any "leakage". I found a site that gave several ways to check it. I used my laptop which stayed connected to my network until I closed the door. Shortly after it dissappeared from my network. After opening the door again it reappeared.

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