Taking Magnets out of a microwave

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  • Published on:  Friday, January 20, 2012
  • This video shows how I take microwave magnets out of a microwave.
    I hang screwdrivers, pliers, saw blades, etc on them. I hold up maps, building plans, instructions, etc...with them. I pick up nails, screws etc... with them..... the list goes on.. AND here's another cool thing I do with them:
    https://www.thvideos.net/video/n6XXroLojio/video.html AND
    https://youtu.be/o1uubKwmz0
  • Source: https://youtu.be/QovaMj9bkc0
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  • Paul Mann

    Paul Mann

     4 days ago

    What a Charles dickens the sun's ☀️ not yellow it's chicken blue voltiare

  • Ezaarkash

    Ezaarkash

     6 days ago

    ok so then what?

  • Emad Abuhagag

    Emad Abuhagag

     7 days ago

    thank

  • smw381st

    smw381st

     7 days ago +3

    I think I will just stick to doing what I always do with old microwaves, haul them to the scrap yard!

  • smw381st

    smw381st

     7 days ago

    how many lbs will each magnet lift (or milligrams lol)?

  • John homes

    John homes

     7 days ago

    I didn't even know microwaves have magnets I like to collect them obviously so do you LOL just don't know much what to do to him put him on the end of a pole using to pick up things off the ground

  • Alien

    Alien

     14 days ago +1

    couldn't you do better than 240p pixelated upload?

  • Charles Antonini

    Charles Antonini

     14 days ago

    Appreciate the skip the commercials

  • teddy CAPURS

    teddy CAPURS

     14 days ago +1

    On the thumbnail it was a big azz magnet.. Sooo all dat work for 2 small magnets 😆

  • A V

    A V

     14 days ago +1

    OK! ... Cutting the cord off first is a good idea. Unplugging the cord before you cut the cord is a better idea. Also, cleaning the old gravy from the microwave so someone can't accidentaly eat it would prevent indigestion.

  • Michael Mendillo

    Michael Mendillo

     14 days ago +4

    Now , after risking electrical, shock, cutting yourself, and creating a mess,,,, you have two magnets !!!! 😅😅😅

  • Sharafunneesa Sharafu

    Sharafunneesa Sharafu

     14 days ago +3

    i am glad that he dint died 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Dan walker

    Dan walker

     14 days ago +3

    You must be careful of the muffler bearing and the dingo gear. If you activate these while working on it the stratogas will cause a neoants reaction to your lungs and it can result in microazim sudden death syndrome. So be careful.

  • jamienoel

    jamienoel

     14 days ago +7

    Anyone mention being careful not to crack the center ceramic piece due to the chance of it containing beryllium?

  • Vanachter Naar Voren

    Vanachter Naar Voren

     14 days ago +1

    Slechte opname's

  • Chrisst

    Chrisst

     21 days ago +3

    Microwaves were a Radar spin-off.

  • Jimmy

    Jimmy

     21 days ago +3

    I was drawn to this video.

  • tyler Oscar

    tyler Oscar

     21 days ago +2

    all i got to say is for alot less work any speaker bigger then a milk jug will have a bigger ceramic magnet then than most microwaves nowadays and it takes almost no work to get them if u got a a heat source they pretty much slide out cuase there glued in

  • Brian Ganstine

    Brian Ganstine

     21 days ago +1

    When my microwave quits working I'm doing this.

  • cuzz63

    cuzz63

     21 days ago +1

    How strong are those magnets?