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No heat, loud noise or buzz, everything else works.

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2008

    this morning we discovered the same problem with our R-630D...it was making a loud buzzing noise and the cup of water did not heat, however, the timer was working fine. I am just now looking for solutions. Thanks

  • lholliday Jun 10, 2008

    loud noise bright light

  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    Everything works but the heat. Called repairman ($98) who told me that it would cost about $600 to replace the Diode, Capacitor, and Magnetron. I elected to replace it with a new $350 microwave. However, I can get the replacement parts for my old one for about $250 and plan to have it repaired if I can find someone who knows how to do it and who won't charge an arm and a leg to do it.

  • charleyo2233 Aug 22, 2008

    8 years old Whirlpool. Buzzing noise and won't cook. Everything else (clock, timer, lights, fan, touchpad, etc.) is fine. Called repairman ($98) who opened the door, shut it, pressed to cook, and told me that he could replace the Diode, Capacitor, and Magnetron for about $600. So I bought a new one for $350. I would still like to repair the old one since the 3 parts come to about $250, but only if I can find someone who can do it for me or specific instructions for doing it myself. Any ideas?

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I would suspect the high-voltage rectifier diode (shorted) or the magnetron, in that order.
Here are some helpful links for testing & safety.
http://www.microtechfactoryservice.com/diode.html http://www.microtechfactoryservice.com/mag_test.html
http://www.microtechfactoryservice.com/xformer.html




We have the entire service manual for the R-630-series ovens at our site:



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Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Loud and not heating

If it's less than a year old, it's still under warranty. If it's just over a year old, GE will still cover parts, but you'd have to pay for labor.

Contact them at http://www.geappliances.com/service_and_support/contact/

The most likely causes are a shorted high-voltage diode or a bad magnetron.

If you or a friend decide to look into it, we have critical information on safety, disassembly and door switches at our site, linked here on Fixya: http://tinyurl.com/yzjozk

You can find helpful exploded view diagrams and order parts by entering your full model number here: http://tinyurl.com/gv383

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Microwave won't heat/Makes buzzing noise.

The symptoms you are describing are typical of a magnetron that has gone bad. Continuing to attempt to use the oven in its current condition can cause further damage. So, I would recommend not using it. Microwave ovens are considered dangerous and repairs should not be attempted by anyone that is not electronic saavy. The High Voltage Network inside the oven has voltage potentials of 14,000 volts and higher. If you feel this is something you wish to attempt, the Magnetron part number is 1156751 and costs approx. $158. Keep in mind, if the magnetron has been arcing and making a burning smell you may have burned the protective coating that lines the walls of the waveguide. If the waveguide is damaged it is not repairable. I do not know if this is a replaceable item on your model microwave. Double check your warranty information and/or owner's manual. In many cases the magnetron is warranted for several years beyond the limited warranty that comes with most appliances. Post back with comments and let me know if you want me to assist you further. In addition, if you provide me with your EXACT model number (located along the door opening) I can narrow down parts a little better. I know this all sounds discouraging, but I do hope I have been able to help you.

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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SOURCE: loud buzzing noise with Whirpool microwave oven

The loud buzzing you hear is the sound of the magnatron tube.That is what emits the microwave radiation and buzzing should be normal. The mag tube may be nearing its end at witch time you will hear no buzzing and hence no heating of foods. Replacement can be costly depending on the model so most people just opt for a new one. Hope this helps

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Microwave making loud noise behind control pad and won't heat

Sounds like the magnatron (the bit that creates microwaves) could be goosed. Remove outer cover ( Isolate from the electric supply then remove screws at bottom on the sides).

Find big lump that says on magnatron with model nos etc on, any good electrical supply shop ( Maplins etc) should stock new one.

It is easy to change. It took me about half an hour having never done one before.

Buyer beware the price of the parts could be in excess of a new microwave.

Shop around

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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