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GE Over-the-range Microwave makes loud popping noise

My GE over the range microwave makes loud popping noises while boiling water on rear stove top burners. I assume condensation is getting into the rear of the appliance. Is this fixable or should I replace?

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Because you do not indicate the model, I decided to just look at the troubleshooting section of the first Bosch microwave that came across. They write that the presence of steam, vapor or moisture is quite acceptable (page 21 of the General Electric JNM3163DJBB Owner's Manual ). Perhaps there is nothing to worry about and if there are no other problems, it is not worth trying to fix the normal operation of the equipment.

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