Question about GE Profile JVB67HWW 36" Telescopic Downdraft Ventilation System: White on White Kitchen Hood

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Wouldn't raise model # jub66w1ww

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    HELP!


    GE Profile JVB67HWW 36" Telescopic Downdraft Ventilation System: White on White Kitchen Hood will not raise itself.




  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    please help
    my downdraft won't raise
    thanks


    peter

  • enchen Feb 16, 2009

    We have a GE JVB37 Downdraft Vent, 30". One day I pushed the raised/lower switch. It raised about halfway and then started making loud bumping noises. I pushed the raised/lower switch again and it lowered all the way down but the motor would not shut off so I unplugged it. If I plug it back in, the motor hums all the time, and the vent will not raise out of the counter when pressing the switch.

    It looks like we're covered under a service warranty (3 weeks short of expiry). GE is coming to take a look this week so we should have an answer soon...

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The GE repair guy came and fixed our vent! He opened up the cover and found that the pivot arm was above where it was supposed to be. It had gotten dislodged or something. He replaced the pivot arm with a new one, Part #WB02X10303, which is supposed to be a new design that won't get off track so easily. Works great now.

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