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Whirlpool GT4175SPQ-1 turntable has stopped turning. Can't seem to get unit out of the wall.

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1. Try take a turntable support out and inspect it.
Sometime the problem is there. Support locate under glass plate.
To take it out just pull it up.
2. If support is fine then possibly problem with turntable motor. Motor located under m/w bottom. You should see 2 screws holding small cover or sometime there is no screws, so you have to brake 2 pins which holds the cover.

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