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Exhaust Fan not woring

GE JVM1630BK01 Microwave Oven Vent fan is not working. Press both High & Low speed I can hear the motor humming but fan don't work. Please advise what parts do I need to get to fix this. Thank you very much.

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Your exhaust fan motor has gone bad. You can find the part on a few parts web site but this is such a common problem with these units, all but one I researched for price are showing that they are out of stock. I did find one at www.appliancepartsworldwide.com .
Go to this web page http://www.appliancepartsworldwide.com/Store_Part.aspx?Id=1116893 , this is the part order page. All you have to do is click on Add to Cart and go from there.The part number for the fan motor is WB26X10178. There price is $185.00 which is the lowest I found and they are the only one that have it in stock.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009

  • James Hilton
    James Hilton Sep 09, 2009

    Please rate solution. Thanks

  • James Hilton
    James Hilton Sep 15, 2009

    Were you able to repair your unit? If so, was i not correct when saying the the motor was bad?

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