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I have a Kenmore Microwave model# 721.80833500. I have a had a continuing problem with the rotating plate, where it seems to jump out of the rototating arms's wheels and then stops moving. It seems that the plate assembly doesnt' match the microwave its in, but I had this installed brand new about 1 1/2 years ago.

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  • mjt224 Dec 15, 2008

    Same problem. Is there a replacement part that can fix this?

  • swansonkak Jan 19, 2009

    the power does not come on.

  • thejordans Feb 17, 2009

    i also have a kenmore microwave #721-80833500 and have problems with the rotating plate. it makes cooking very difficult. it starts out ok for a few seconds then stops. i have to be watching it closely if not the food on the outside burns and the inside is cold. i hate this microwave and am so sorry i bought it. if anyone has had this problem and figured out a way to fix it please let me know.



    thanks!!!!!!!!!!

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Chat crashed. Go ahead and give me the serial number and we can get those parts via this message board. Is that okay with you?

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