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A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for Pesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a soucesource for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir (stringent) when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for Pesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a souce for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for Pesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a source for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir (stringent) when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

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Microwave on pesachPesach

A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for pesachPesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a souce for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

Microwave on pesach

A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for pesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a souce for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

Microwave on Pesach

A friend told me that his family will kasher his microwave in general (ie if non-kosher food was heated up in it) but will not kasher it for Pesach, letting it lie dormant instead. Does anyone have a souce for such a distinction? (Let's also assume the tray can be covered, so the issue is only with the microwave itself.)

I know people are generally overly machmir when it comes to chametz. I'm looking for a source for this particular distinction.

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