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Breaker will not reset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The parts I would suspect most are the internal fuse, the magnetron TCO (thermal cutout) or the oven cavity TCO.
To check or replace the latter, you'll need to remove the oven from the wall and remove the cover.
If so, the installation instructions are very handy, and it's best to have two people since the microwave can be heavy and awkward.
You can download GE owner's manuals and installation instructions here.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2009
check ot see if its on a shunt trip system. what it means is that in order to reset the breaker you have to see what made it trip. Look for a 115 volt breaker that is tripped in the panel that serves tha line. good luck.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
There is an internal cartridge fuse, as well as thermal fuses. It is not recommended that you attempt any internal repairs on a microwave due to the presence of very high voltages and the danger of microwave radiation if not reassembled correctly. Residential microwaves, if not under warrranty, are generally considered disposable. Parts and service are very expensive.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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WOW!! Big OOPS huh? You probably blew the charger with that jolt. Does your joystick come on at all? Since the charger is connected to the controller or Power Module I hope you didn't blow that up. If you have a digital voltmeter you can set it to 200 volts dc and plug the leads into the 2 outter holes of the charger port located under the front of the joystick. You should read the battery voltage ot 24 - 30 volts. If you don't get anything at the joystick then you will have to remove the seat to get access to the batteries and check the fuses located on the positive posts of each battery. If those are not blown and you still don't have power to the joystick then I'm afraid you blew the controller cause there's no fuse for it. Sorry but if Medicare paid for your chair then you can call a repair service like Roadrunner Mobility @ 1-800-467-2668 or Repair Xpress @ 1-877-581-3733 to have them fix it for you. I might not mention that you plugged into 220 volts tho. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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