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shula Original Post: Oct 26 '06,  10:05 am           Reply
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Brother Microwave

I purchased a Brother MF3200 Hi-Speed Microwave/Convection oven, 17 years ago. It still works great! I cannot find any Brother brand appliances. Did they get bought out?

     
lorace Posted: Oct 26 '06,  10:32 am           Reply
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RE: Brother Microwave

Quote: shula
I purchased a Brother MF3200 Hi-Speed Microwave/Convection oven, 17 years ago. It still works great! I cannot find any Brother brand appliances. Did they get bought out?


Shula, Wow! That's a nice long time for the Microwave to serve you. I went on Google and there seems to be a lot of places that either sell or handle this brand. A lot of them were located in the UK, but most of them in America.
Here's the link where you'll find many links to explore.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=brother+microwaves&btnG=Google+Search

You'll need to copy/paste the entire link. Have fun!

Lorace
     
roberthinge Posted: Oct 14 '10,  6:09 pm           Reply
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RE: Brother Microwave

I have had a Brother Microwave (Hi-Speed Cooker - the first of its type and there has never been anything to match it as far as I'm aware...it browned food as in a conventional oven, not just cooked it) from new since 19856 when they first came out in the UK...it is brill and apart from the upper lights on the front which don't work...(but I have used it for so long I know what they mean) it works fantastically well, in use everyday and has never been serviced.
They don't make 'em like they used to....also Brother(it's a Japanese Co.) headoffice, as far as I'm aware, is still in the NW of England; is also known as Jones+Brother, they make brilliant sewing machines, too. I have owned and operated one since 1976.

     
roberthinge Posted: Oct 14 '10,  6:10 pm           Reply
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RE: Brother Microwave

I have had a Brother Microwave (Hi-Speed Cooker - the first of its type and there has never been anything to match it as far as I'm aware...it browned food as in a conventional oven, not just cooked it) from new since 1986 when they first came out in the UK...it is brill and apart from the upper lights on the front which don't work...(but I have used it for so long I know what they mean) it works fantastically well, in use everyday and has never been serviced.
They don't make 'em like they used to....also Brother(it's a Japanese Co.) headoffice, as far as I'm aware, is still in the NW of England; is also known as Jones+Brother, they make brilliant sewing machines, too. I have owned and operated one since 1976.

     
zizcadmoo Posted: Oct 29 '12,  1:29 pm           Reply
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repairer Brother MF3200

I have one as well but it needs repairing - its a built in one so v expensive to replace. Can anyone recommend anyone?

     
bdsteveg Posted: Jan 07 '13,  11:34 am           Reply
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RE: repairer Brother MF3200

I commiserate - also have an MF3200 Hi Speed Oven/M'wave, but the control panel buttons are now sticking - I might be able to clean them, but was wondering if you found someone who could service/repair this model machine?
Thanks

     
cheyennebc Posted: Jan 17 '14,  9:00 am           Reply
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MF3200 hi-speed microwave manual

We bought this used Brother 3200 microwave. It works great but we are in need of a users manual. Anyone know where we can find one?

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