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What is the part number for the turntable rotating motor or name.

(GE Spacemaker) I have been trying to purchase a new motor but not sure what to ask for.

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If the model number is correct, go to appliancepartspros.com and use the "Search by Model Numnber" feature. The turntable motor is located as item number 43 (part number AP3205582) under the Interior Parts (1) section. I hope this helps you.

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