GE Built-in Microwave (JE1540w002) NO Heat and turntable not moving.
HI, I have above mentioned Microwave power comes on timer moving but no heat and turntable is not starting. I have called GE Service line and they are not giving any estimate price for fixing.Therefor, I need help on this one so that I can buy parts and do myself. Thanks!
Re: GE Built-in Microwave (JE1540w002) NO Heat and...
I had the same problem.come to find out when i recently replaced the door switch the new terminal i installed,because the old one melted, i must not have pushed it on all the way.it worked itself off the contact of the switch.it took longer to take it all apart than to fix it.cheaper too,lol
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what problem do you have mention ? attached is there a list please indicate. God bless you
No Lights or Power, Unit seems Dead The voltage to the unit is good.Lights come on, but can not program unit, Touchpad dead Microwave Runs, but no Heat Turntable rotates, acts like it is heating but doesn't. This is the big one, many possibilities. Microwave Runs, Heats, but turntable does not move Microwave is arcing Microwave Vent Hood is not working Over The Range(OTR) Models. Microwave Stove Light not Working OTR models, light bulbs good. Microwave overheats and keeps turning off
THIS MEANS THAT YOUR WAVE HAVE DEVELOP MAIZE PROBLEM OR ELEMENT PROBLEM WHAT THIS MEANS IS THAT THE MAIZE HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FROM IT POSITION BASS ON THE HEAT WHEN USING
SOLUTION TO YOUR MICROWAVE PROBLEM
PLEASE NOTE THIS
THE MAIZE MENTION ABOVE MEANS WIRE AND WHILE THE ELEMENT MEANS THE HEAT PROVIDER
UN SCROLL YOUR WAVE TO LOCATE THE MAIZE TRACE FROM THE ELECTRICITY DOWN TO THE ELEMENT YOU WILL SEE THE TRACE OF DISCONNECTION FROM THE ELEMENT THEN REPOSITION THE LOSS WIRE AND THEN COUPLE IT BACK HAS IT WAS.
AFTER ALL THIS THEN YOUR MICROWAVE WILL THEN CARRY OUT IT FUNCTION AGAIN
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU MICROWAVE IS NOT PLUG TO ANY FORM OF POWER SUPPLY
Try disconnecting the power line from the microwave ad then reinstalling it after a few minutes.. then try heating up a small cup of water.. allow 1.5 minutes on high power. it should get very hot or boil.. if it doesn't get warm or hot then you may have a bad magnetron ( the tube that produces the microwave energy that causes things to heat up or a bad filament transformer that is required for the magnetron to work.In either case, if it fails to heat anything, I would go back to home depot and insist they send someone out to address the problem. many of their appliances come with a one year warranty but you might want to call the store and ask someone there about normal applaince coverage ( less extended warranty) and what they normally offer. An inquiry costs nothing..