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Microwave stopped heating

I have a built-in GE Monogram ZMC1095 series that just stopped heating. The lights/clock etc.. work just no heat. Is this something I can fix on my own? Thank You, Steve D exact same problem - 3 years old...

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  • keub May 28, 2009

    same problem and thanks to fixya I was able to tell ge what the problem was (Magnetron tube) when I called to request a repair, and they still did not bring the correct part to fix. very frustrating. 2 more days till it gets fixed.

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    Carl Schulzetenberg May 11, 2010

    Microwave ovens are generally not a do it yourself repair.

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HI, this will require the skilled hands of a qualified GE tech. the damaged part here is the Magnetron assembly. this is a very sensitive part that creates radiation and the heating process as well. you will need to replace this device asap if possible.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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