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Microwave Repairs in London


Friendly and reliable service


Highly qualified engineers


Same day service available


Fixed diagnostic & repair charges

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£10 discount for east london postcodes

microwave repair service in london

A&G Services is an established, professional microwave repair company. Our engineers are fully trained and competent in microwave repairs in London.

At A&G we follow these principles when repairing a microwave:

  • Arrival of the engineer at a convenient time for you.
  • We carry large number of spare parts and tools to carry our the repair on the first visit.
  • Extreme care taken when working on the premises.
  • We are responsible for any damage caused to the property of our customers, although this does not happen.
  • Professional advice on the proper use of the repaired equipment.
  • We issue 6 months warranty on the repair and parts.
  • Affordable/list prices on spare parts.

Call us at 0207 476 8725 or 0754 085 2102 to book a service today

repair prices

freestanding microwave

£60 +VAT

● no call out charge

● one off labour/Diagnostic charge

● six months guarantee

● no parking fees

● parts charged separately if required

integrated microwave

£65 +VAT

● no call out charge

● one off labour/Diagnostic charge

● six months guarantee

● no parking fees

● parts charged separately if required

6 months guarantee on the repair and parts (we do not guarantee blockages, heating elements or printed circuit boards).

A congestion charge, ULEZ charge and parking fees apply if you live in central London.

common faults

We repair all microwave issues inluding some of the most common ones:

doesn't heat food

won't turn on

door doesn't close

runs and then stops

light-bulb doesn't turn on

plate doesn't spin

tripping the electrics

sparking inside microwave

excessive noise

exhaust fan does not work

repair tips

Note: Before touching any internal parts, be sure to discharge the capacitor. The capacitor stores additional voltage and can hurt you even if the unit is unplugged. To discharge a capacitor safely, you will need the following: a screwdriver, a wire-wound resistor with a 2 watt-20,000ohm rating, and a pair of jumper wires with alligator clips on the ends. Clip a wire to each end of the resistor. Clip one wire to the metal shaft of the screwdriver. Clip the other wire to one of the capacitor’s terminals. Now, touch the other terminal with the tip of the screwdriver. There may be a small spark. If the capacitor has three terminals, do the same process with the middle terminal and each outside terminal.

The microwave oven won’t run at all

Unplug the power cord and check for voltage at the outlet. Inspect the cord for any damage or burn marks. Because of all the safety devices in a microwave oven, any one of them could be the cause. You will need to remove the outside shell of the microwave. Unscrew the screws underneath and on the back that hold the shell in place and slide it off. Here’s a list of things to check that may be causing this problem.

  • The fuse could be blown — Remove the fuse with a set of fusepullers. Place it on a paper towel so it doesn’t roll away. With your VOM set to RX1, place a probe on each end of the fuse. The reading should be zero. If not, replace the fuse with an identical one.
  • Door switch could be bad — Locate the door switches and remove the leads. With the VOM on RX1, probe the terminals. The reading should be infinity with the door open and zero with it closed. If not, replace. Check both door switches.
  • Fan motor could be bad — Locate the fan and remove the leads. With the VOM set to RX1, probe the terminals. If the reading is infinity, then it is bad.
The microwave oven won’t run at all

Check the voltage at the outlet supplying power. If it is lower than 115 volts, there is a problem with your electrical service or breaker. A bad turntable motor may also be the cause. To check it, turn the microwave over onto its top. Remove the bottom grill. Set the VOM to RX1 and remove one lead from the motor terminals. Probe the terminals. If the reading is infinity, then replace the motor. The magnetron and the wave guide may also be the culprits here. They need to be serviced by a professional.

The microwave runs but it’s not cooking anything

Check the thermal cutoffs for both the oven and the magnetron. The thermal cutoffs are little disc shaped devices with a wire connecting the two of them. Remove a lead and set the VOM to RX1. Probe the terminals and look for a reading of zero. If not, replace. Check both thermal cutoffs. If these are OK, check the capacitor and diode as titleribed above. The magnetron or transformer could also be bad, but they need to be serviced by a professional.

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brands we repair

We repair and work with all the major appliance makes.


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Marie Adam
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Very professional & efficient. Great service at a very good price. I would definitely recommend.

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George Pidgeon
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Thank you - would definitely use again in future.

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Annie Yusuf
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Good repair work.

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Ellie Roberts
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Quick and efficient service - I would use them again.

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