Question about GE ZSC2001FSS Advantium Electric Single Oven
Fan and turntable run continuosly and wont turn off. I changed the main board because I thought for sure it was a bad relay (RY17) that controls both the fan and turntable motor. But changing the board did not fix the problem. Now I am stumped, any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No heat or rotate
Hi, I have the same problem, no heat and no rotate.
How can I check the door switches, how can I determine it is good or bad.
Do I need to open that front panel on the right hand side to check the in side.
Thanks a lot.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
SOURCE: Fan runs for hours after use
The fan is in place to cool the electronics it will run after the unit is off it is possible you have a bad sensor on the fan circuit leaving it to run too long
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
SOURCE: JTP15 GE Oven - vibration noise
We have a double ge wall oven. The vent fans had become really loud. I checked the price for new fans...$275 each! Plus service of $200. If your oven is not too old, go to GE service purchase a 1 year service contract for $93.00. Wait one one month till it takes effect. Call them and request service and the entire replacement is free.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
SOURCE: Turntable not turning
I fixed the problem with my microwave turntable motor without having to replace it. I removed the motor from the microwave and placed it in a small vise. Using a very small flat head screwdriver I was able to pry up the four tabs holding the casing together. You may need a slightly larger screwdriver after that to bend them back out of the way so you can remove the motor cover plate. Carefully take out all the plastic gears and note their position for re-assembly. You will find that the primary gear, at the bottom of the rest of the gears is attached to the motor magnet. It has a shaft that acts as a bushing passing through the center motor magnet. On the underside it is attached to a plastic washer. This is where it breaks. The motor magnet spins free of the gear/bushing/washer assembly. I used JB Weld epoxy to glue this assembly back together and it works like brand new. Note: On mine there were four indentations on each side of the motor magnet which corresponded to little ?bumps? on the underside of the gear on top and washer on the bottom. Place all the plastic gears back into the motor in the correct order, slide on the motor cover plate and use a small cold chisel with a round end and tap hammer to bend the tabs back into place. If this worked for you please let me know ? email@example.com
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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