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please explain what is happening when they break down? Breakdown how?hi shouldn't be a voltage issue unless the supply you have is unstable for some reason, voltage spikes etc.
Also who has been fixing them? Because they are still all fully covered under the warranty;-)
Hi, Thank you for that information.
I did some research and found that they had a bad batch of microwave ovens go out.
I would contact Candy for a replacement or a refund on these. They are aware of the problem so I doubt it has anything to do with how you hooked them up. not your fault ;-)
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Hi, I was able to contact the manufacturer to find out what might have been wrong and I passed that on to you as they told me this lol.
They will honor the warranty and either fix or replace tall of them.