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how to melt the microwave.

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
take one very sleeply IT geek
take one microwave bowel half full of water in one hand,
take one thin plastic cup full of diet 7-up

place bowel on top of microwave, open door
place cup in microwave, set timer for 90 seconds go off to the bathroom with bowel in hand...

i think you can guess what happens next
i had flamiing melted plastic, i think i will just toss the whole thing.
post #2 of 18
Why were you heating up some lemonade Bruce?
post #3 of 18
Thread Starter 
i err, ment to heat some water for oatmeal lol..
dont ask why i carried the bowel in tot he bathroom that is where the sleeply It geek things comes in
post #4 of 18
So the plastic has fused onto the microwave??
post #5 of 18
Thread Starter 
yea, to the bottom, of it, and the top is all black lol i toasted it
post #6 of 18
You should be able to remove this while it is still warm. Might have to put another container (glass this time with water in it) back in microwave to reheat????
post #7 of 18
Idiotic "Macho" male.....yes Bruce, I'm talking about you!
post #8 of 18
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Abymummy View Post
Idiotic "Macho" male.....yes Bruce, I'm talking about you!


so does that mean you still love me
post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by GailC View Post
You should be able to remove this while it is still warm. Might have to put another container (glass this time with water in it) back in microwave to reheat????

Take a MICROWAVE safe bowl and fill it with some vinegar place in microwave and nuke. The vinegar will moisten it up just enough to be able to wipe it clean and it'll neutralize the burnt plastic smell.
post #10 of 18
Awwww Bruce...get some sleep already would ya?
post #11 of 18
Probably best if you continue using the microwave and steer clear of the stove.
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
i err, ment to heat some water for oatmeal lol..
dont ask why i carried the bowel in tot he bathroom that is where the sleeply It geek things comes in
Uh, well I was about to ask why you took the bowl to the bathroom, then figured I prolly really wouldn't want to know!

Toss the microwave!
post #13 of 18
haha aww! my partner blew our microwave up with a potato
post #14 of 18
Never microwave a boiled egg still in the shell. It sounds like a shotgun and at least on my college microwave, blew the door off.
post #15 of 18
First time I used my hubby's microwave, I went to soften butter but it was in a foil wrapper, not a paper one. Set the foil and butter on fire. He still married me.
So, why were you going to bring the 7 Up into the bathroom?
post #16 of 18
LOL! I set a pampered chef vegetable steamer on fire in the microwave. The vegetables actually fused to it. And you should have seen the smoke.

My sister later told me that Pampered Chef stuff is indestructable. I sure proved that claim wrong.
post #17 of 18
If you want a cool microwave trick, take a 4-prong compact flourescent light bulb and a glass of water. Put the bulb so that the prongs are in the water, and put the glass with water and bulb in it into the microwave. Run the microwave at regular power for about 30 seconds and see what happens. Now run the microwave on defrost for about 30 seconds. Notice anything different??
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by blondrebel76 View Post
Never microwave a boiled egg still in the shell. It sounds like a shotgun and at least on my college microwave, blew the door off.
When I was in college we had a sign on the microwave in our dorm kitchen that said

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DO NOT put eggs, metal or your shoes in the microwave, you will be charged for damages caused by these items
i can't tell you how many other things were put in the microwave to see if they could cause damage without getting charged for damages
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