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Thread: Microwave affecting WiFi
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>> I found that ovenes usually have som slot somewhere that provides some
>> signal.
>> Door slots a good place to start.

> Got the meter today. No signal anywhere around the oven.
>
> No reaction to the WiFi's antenna, either.
>
> Broken meter?

Maybe.
WiFi is unlikely to register I think.
Place it hard up against the most likely places.

If no response at all then the brave/foolish could try cracking the door as
far as the interlocks will allow and seeing what comes out. I'd try that,
but carefully. Easing the door open with the oven running will show you
where the cutouts cut in. If you do this on low setting and wait until the
long off part of the cycle (you can tell by the sound it makes) then you can
do this with safety.



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