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There is moisture in the potato that creates the water in the cavity when it is cooked. This is normal fro anything that has moisture in it that is cooked for an extended period. There is nothing you can do to prevent it and, if it did not have moisture in it, the cavity would overheat and shut off. It is working as it should.
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If the moisture is in the cavity, it is not an air flow issue. I did not recommend any suppliers, so I am not sure what you are talking about there. As for a solution, there is nothing wrong with it so what solution would you like for a normally operating microwave!?
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