Question about Microwave Ovens
Couldn't get a schematic from GE. CSR told me they consider the unit a throwaway if it fails. Only parts they stock are the glass turntable and the roller ring. I ended up probing and metering the 110v power circuit. I found an open thermal cutout that was preventing power to the control panel. I removed it and took it to a local parts store and matched it up with a generic cutout with the same specs. Installed new unit and the oven is working like new. Cost: $15.00.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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