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Inside microwave dish that sits on turning tri-prons replacement.

Microwave inside dish that sits on the turning prons is broken and need one for replacement to setted inside the microwave.

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  • teresa63701 Mar 07, 2009

    I need the round glass plate that goes inside the microwave, mine broke, where can I get one?



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I need instructions for 10in. microwave browner

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Microwave lights, clock, and everything works except when you press start, it just counts down like its cooking, but the microwave is actually not on. No hum as usual or plate rotating. It just counts...

Hi, one of the most common reasons why the turntable won't rotate is that the microwave isn't clean. The turntable guide and carousel can get sticky, preventing the turntable from properly moving. If you have built-on food particles or liquids, fill a bowl with 2 or 3 cups of water and 1 tsp. of liquid detergent and lemon. Run the microwave for about 3 minutes. Clean the microwave with a cloth, including the base of the turntable, guide, carousel grooves and microwave base. Your microwave turntable won't rotate if the grooves on the base of the turntable do not sit right on the carousel. Also, check the position of the turntable guide. Place the guide directly under the turntable. Remove the turntable, and then reposition it into the carousel grooves.
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Our microwave has developed a very jerky turning condition. Sometimes it makes a horrible "growling" sound when this happens but not always. Is there a fix to this?

there is a gear motor that turns the sounds like it may have been overloaded at some time or it's just worn out...this motor would need to be replaced. A word of caution though...there ARE potentially lethal voltages inside the cabinet..especially on the magnetron tube and the not work on the microwave unless you are familiar with high voltage safety and line powered equipment.

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If the motor is not turning, it can easily be replaced. You will need to remove the bottom panel (under the microwave) to access the motor and connecting wires. The spindle is the shaft that attaches to the carousel motor and is where the center part of the glass tray sits. The spindle simply lifts off the motor shaft.

Since you posted no brand name or model number, I have no idea how to identify a part number for you, or where to order from. If you still need assistance, please let me know. Post back with your information so that I may be able to assist you better. I hope this helps.

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