When I boil water on my stove the microwave above it gets moisture between the glass in the door. Is this a problem?


2 answers

  1. Waltko: This would be a normal thing to happen when boiling water and there is nothing wrong with door or door seal. The steam will rise and condense on or in between the door because it relatively colder. It will not cause any harm and you will also likely notice moisture between the door when cooking foods or boiling water inside the microwave as well. The moisture will soon evaporate after boiling the water. I assume the above the range microwave has a vent hood motor too. It would not hurt to turn the vent on while boiling water. This will help reduce the moisture from condensing on or in-between the door. I hope this information is helpful.

  2. Hi WALTKO! Welcome to MySears! That is a good question. I am sure one of the Appliance Experts can let you know if that moisture is an issue. He will post a response in a bit. I'll notify you via email once he does.