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I purchased an oven microwave combination second hand
it has an instruction booklet that describes a temperature probe for microwave oven only. This was not in the oven and I was wondering if I could obtain one. If so where?
model of over JKP64 Serial number HL6794070 Manf May 94

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  • wi no Nov 19, 2007

    I have a probe without an oven - the probe is unused, says "sharp" on it and it says SD51F-1 - it's a pointy thing with a phone jack (no, not a telephone jack, the kind of thing used with electric guitars that used to be called a 1/4 inch phone jack) on one end - I'd like to get it to a good home - if you are interested in it, go to my web page, www.wbnoble.com, find my email and drop me a note - sorry for the obscure way to find me, but it's the only way I know to keep the spam generators at bay.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    I don't have a copy of the instruction booklet for my Pasta Boat and I can't find info on water temperature. do I use hot or cold water?

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Try visiting the manuf. Web Site. IF it is a major manufacturer, they normally will supply parts for their products. You didn't supply the make of your Microwave, so I am afraid I could not look into it any further for you. Good Luck!

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Now that you have indicated the make of your oven....... the fault codes for GE microwaves are as follows. I have given you all of them for you future reference. :)

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