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How microwave ovens work [Video]
posted September 18 2012 20:08.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bill Hammack, the engineering guy explains how the microwave ovens work. It's indeed an interesting video and it is a must-see if you do not know how this remarkable engineering gadget works. It is amazing how a vacuum tube literally replaced the old-fashioned heating resistors to provide rapid heat.



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