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Ge spacemaker microwave JVM1330BW002 making noise, food not warm


ge spacemaker microwave oven model JVM1330BW002 making buzzing noise & food not warming

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Bad news I am afraid. the heart of the unit has had a coronary and needs a tech to intervene

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