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The turn table no longer turns. Everything else works fine. How to see what's broke?

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Remove bottom panel,< screws along front and tips down > the turntable motor is in the middle. Unplug motor and use multi-meter< insert probes into plug end > run short cycle with something inside of unit," glass of water ", if you have voltage here then the motor is bad and needs replaced. If not then mother board most likely problem.

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