Question about GE JVM1490 Convection/Microwave Oven
The microwave is suppose to be set for vertical duct but air is pulled from bottom two vents (very weakly) and more strongly from vent bar over door. Am I wrong in assuming that the major draw should come from the bottom of the microwave vent? If it is suppose to draw from bottom, how do I correct problem?
1. You have to have exhaust pipe to connect m/w vent and this pipe has to be free from obstruction.
2. If it already connected and good, but air come from vent bar over door, then blow motor on top of the m/w was installed in wrong position ( motor has 2 -3 position depends which way air coming out up, back or front).
3. In this case you have to remove m/w from installation and change motor position.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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