Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
Way off topic

Steven Smith
>I have a Sears (first problem) built-in microwave. It smells like a rat or something died in it so I took it apart and I think that the odor is coming from the mother board behind the control pannel. Is that possible? The whole thing stinks so that I can not tell which part is stinking. Is it repairable by a novice like me or do I have to call the repair service? Sorry to take up space here but I dont know anyone to ask.

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