Question about GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven
this is a maize problem that wiring (wire) this means that your oven fan has been disconnected from it position
what you need to fix up your fan back is that you unscrew your oven trace the maize that supply A/C to the microwave
this maize is connected to different object but what by you are real after is your fan and the heater including the turntable .
trace the wire down to the fan to locate the loss wire from it position and do the fixing your self because it is same maize thaat link up both together i.e fan and turning table
please note before you can do this make sure that any form of power supply is put off.
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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