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Where to buy motor TYJ50-8A synchronous E199324 50/60

TYJ50-8A NO:E199324, 100/120V, 50/60 hz, 4W,20/24r/min

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Don't know if you got your motor or not, but I've just ordered an identical part number from ebay - search for "microwave turnable motor".

It is advertised as a Panasonic part but has the exact part number you want.

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