Motor was initially stuck.... it would humm but not spin. A slap on the motor freed motor....but now it sounds like a fly wheel spinning with no belt connect(?) --- high pitch spinning sound -- still no air? I tried to detach the motor but looks like I will have to basically take the entire hood apart? I was trying to get hold of a schematic to see what the heck is going on with noise as well as how to dettach motor. GE no help and most service people do no work on vents? Any direction on obtaining the schematics of GE Monogram ZV750SY is appreciated.
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there is a black electrical connection box inside the hood which contains the electrical feed, connections and the fuse which is a WB02X10584, rated 8A 250V. Remove the fuse, take a look to see if it is good [wire still intact] or check it for continuity and reinstall it if is good. Just removing it and reinstalling it is usually enough to have it work. regards, Joe
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I have the same problem, only worse. The fuse is in the stack above the motor. You have to remove the vent decorative cover (that stainless tube that goes to the ceiling) and the fuse is in the low voltage circuit close to or inside the gray box that looks like a transformer (on the left). Mine blew out and I replaced the fuse, which lasted for about two months. I replaced it again and it lasted two days. Then, I replaced the triac with an NTE5679 (over on the right) (replaces ECG5679) about two years ago, and the fuse lasted until today. I do not know what to do now. We did not touch a switch just before the fuse blew. The fan was not running, but the lights were on. I think I will try a slightly larger fuse, but first I may look at replacing the fuse with a breaker that I can install behind the filters, instead of removing the stack cover every time the circuit goes out. Good Luck to you.
The hood pipe vents through the roof. Either the shingles around the pipe, or the rubber flange the pipe goes through is allowing water to enter and run down the pipe.
Someone will have to go on the roof with a tube of roof cement and look for a void in the flange or the shingles. For sure I would run a bead of roof cement around the pipe where it goes through the flange.
You should be able to remove the flappers they are there for energy reasons. I cannot see how a little fresh air entering your house could be a problem. By the way I had the same problem in Ft laud with my hood. Just held the flapper up and used a touch of super glue to lock the shaft. Good luck
I had the same experiences with my lights. I placed a 50v bulb and it blew the fuses. The fusees located on the right side of the bottom duct cover. use 5a 125 v fuse GE part # wb27x10542 but you can find a cheaper fuse at Radio Shack. Good luck
Diana, the tech sheet I have states that if the unit has a power interruption, reset the house circuit breaker to the hood, if made before 2001. If after 2001, serial number beginning with DA press the start button to reset the hood. Let me know if it worked, Catriver..post back.