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TURNTABLE JUST STOPPED SPINNING. CAN SPIN LUG ON BOTTOM OF OVEN FREELY. IT'S COMPLETELY LOOSE. I JUST DONT KNOW HOW TO TAKE THIS THING APART TO GET TO THE PROBLEM! PURCHASED MARCH 2003 AND HAS WORKED FLAWLESSLY SINCE. HATE TO JUNK IT FOR A 1250 WATTER NOW THAT I'M AN EXPERT WITH THE HIGHER POWER! ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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That piece is the pulley shaft: F21315Y00AP PULLEY SHAFT 3.29 You can get it from Panasonic's online part site: http://www.pasc.panasonic.com/epartr/ Generally you unplug the unit from the power line, then remove the bottom panel(s) above the stove top. The motor is usually held in by 2 screws. When the motor is loose, you can remove the old couler and insert the new one. With one hand on the new coupler and one on the motor, you have to wiggle them a bit so that they interlock. Then while holding the coupler & motor, insert the screws.

Posted on May 06, 2007

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    William Miller May 06, 2007

    I said "couler" above and meant "coupler" (the pulley shaft).

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