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Wolf Microwave Repair

What to do if the microwave doesn’t work or works, but not like before. If the equipment is still under warranty, the answer is straightforward – take it to the Appliance Service Center. But if the microwave is already of age and you’re not ready to part with it yet, if you have the desire and ability to repair it. Then our technicians provide quality Wolf Microwave Repair in San Diego County and will perform maintenance on your appliances.

Our company has been in business since 2001. Only we have exclusive replacement parts for all kinds of brand microwave. Wolf Microwave Repair and Service technicians have over 20 years of experience.

Major microwave breakdowns

Microwave won’t turn on

Like many other household appliances, a microwave has a fuse. Its purpose is to protect against sudden power outages and power surges. The fuse is easier to locate by tracing the path of the wiring leading to the magnetron or voltage transformer.

In electronically controlled microwaves, it is located directly on the control module. There is also a high-voltage fuse in the microwave. It is designed to cut off power to a faulty unit, which gives a short circuit. Similarly, the power to the microwave is cut off. Wolf Microwave Repairs experienced technicians will solve this problem quickly and efficiently.

Microwave sparks, escapes

Probably the most common problem. The microwave starts sparking in the protective – mica gasket.

The microwave sparks for several reasons:

  • Metal utensils or containers with a metal rim are placed inside the unit.
  • A burned mica plate can also trigger sparking.
  • Through metal, silver or gold fusion on the plates.
  • Mechanical damage to the enamel.

If your microwave sparks and cracks and shoots, then you have not acted according to the instructions and would not do the repair. Note that repairing the unit yourself without proper knowledge can be dangerous! Contact only technicians who specialize in Wolf Microwave Repair and Service.

Microwave won’t heat up

When your microwave doesn’t heat up, there can be quite a few reasons. Any microwave components involved are involved in the heating process, so a malfunction in one of them entails no heat in the microwave.

  • The multiplier has failed.

The assembly that is responsible for increasing the supply voltage to the magnetron, but at the same time reducing the current. This is necessary for microwave generation.

  • The transformer is out of order.

Designed to convert alternating current to power the magnetron, is a type of magnetron power source.

  • Faulty magnetron.

The main element produces heating by producing microwaves. 

  • Faulty control module

In an electronically controlled microwave, all processes are led by the control module – the board. It is usually located just behind the front control panel. To the effects of voltage fluctuations, as well as strangers living inside the microwave. Usually, if the control board malfunctions, the microwave will stop starting the heating process. Wolf Microwave Repair technicians will replace the control module in no time.

Microwave won’t spin the plate

It’s quite common for a malfunction to occur. It is connected to either the same control module or the plate motor. The most expensive microwave operates without spinning plates. The process is a little different than the normal process of uniform microwave spraying.

But mostly, of course, a faulty microwave motor causes the problem of uneven heating of food. It’s easy to get to the motor when you disassemble the underside of the cabinet and check it by connecting the plus and minus to the outlet with wires. Technicians specializes in Wolf Microwave Repairs and Services.

Appliances, like people, need attention and care. Use your microwave correctly: only for its intended purpose and according to the instructions. Then you’ll enjoy your appliance for a long time in the proper way. Contact Wolf Microwave Repair for repairs and warranty questions.

Scheduled preventive maintenance of your microwave at Appliance Service Center by an experienced technician will be the right thing to do. Wolf Microwave Repair and Services skilled technicians can identify the source of the problem and how to fix it, ensuring that irreversible damage is avoided.

Fast & Reliable Service

We repair breakdowns of any complexity on the spot and provide a long-term guarantee.

Licensed & Insured

We have all the necessary licenses to provide household appliance repair services.


Reasons to Trust us

We use only professional equipment and tools, original spare parts, and high-quality consumables. Our technicians have 20 years of experience working with all types of household appliances from well-known brands. Specialists constantly improve their skills to provide you with high-quality services.

Affordable Prices

We offer the best prices and favorable discounts for household appliance repair.

Friendly Technicians

Our technicians are always accurate in their work, polite and friendly with customers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about microwave repair? Before you contact our operator, we suggest you look at the frequently asked questions that our company’s customers ask.

If your microwave’s interior lighting isn’t working, here are a few steps you can take for Wolf Microwave Repair:

  • Check the light bulb.
  • Check the electrical connection.
  • Contact a professional.

If you’re inexperienced in appliance repair, it’s best to trust professionals to fix the problem to avoid damaging your microwave or risking injury.

We usually offer a limited warranty on completed repairs, which usually lasts a certain amount of time after Wolf Microwave Repair is completed. If problems arise with our work or replacement parts during this period, we are willing to fix those problems or replace the faulty parts free of charge.

If you are having a problem with a noisy fan or cooling problem in your microwave, here are a few steps you can take for Wolf Microwave Repair:

  • Clean the vents.
  • Check the fan.
  • Check the cooling system.
  • Contact a professional.