Not unless it’s damaged. Any microwave oven made after 1971 had to meet a radiation safety standard devised by the FDA. Regardless of age, the only way that a microwave oven’s safety would be compromised is if it were leaking radiation through a crack. So, if your microwave oven is cracked, dented or coming apart at the seams, or if the seal has deteriorated, or if there is a lot of grime built up around the door, then you might have a problem. If the microwave is in good shape and has been well taken care of, then it should be just as safe as it was when it was new.
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