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Lower fan motor not working

How do I determine whetherr the problem is the motor or the capacitor?
Where can parts be purchased?

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Try to help the fan start with a screwdriver. If it starts, you likely need to replace the capacitor. However, sometimes this does not work and you will still need to replace the motor. If the motor is bad in one spot it may work and not start when it stops on the bad spot.

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The fan turns on, blades don't move. The net says it is a bad motor capacitor. Mine has an LJY280A single capacitor switch. If I replace that, the fan should operate correctly, yes?


It probably is the capacitor but no guarantees as the insulation of the motor windings could have broken down or there might be another fault. Proper checking with an insulation tester is advisable.

If the capacitor is merely a start capacitor and not a start/run capacitor the motor should perhaps hum a little when switched on and then run normally if the fan blades are given a vigorous turn by hand.
There are several ways of arranging the motor circuit and some knowledge of these would be useful. You could have the capacitor tested by a local motor expert.

Capacitors bought as spare parts from appliance manufacturers tend to be very expensive. Capacitors are usually bought in by such manufacturers and replacements can be sourced much cheaper direct if the type and values and the maker's detail are present on the capacitor case, otherwise you will need the services of a motor specialist to determine the values for you if the information isn't available elsewhere.

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If it is running but running slow you may be able to save the fan motor that you have. I am assuming this is a counter top microwave.

First off... make that dreaded trip to your nearest appliance parts supply and buy a "Zoom Spout" oilier (Usually under $3.00)

Next (unit un-plugged) remove the 6 screws in the back of chassis cover and the 4 screws on the side.
Begin lifting the cover up to about 15 deg and pull toward the rear of the microwave so the cover unlatches. Once unlatched lift off the cover.

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Use a flat bladed screwdriver that your holding way back on the handle and ground the large capacitor at least 3 times across both terminals. It may make a POP but not to worry... that is normal and your making the unit safe to work around.

Now get a paper towel and lift the fan blade with your hand gently until it just lifts briefly. Wipe off the dirt from the fan motor shaft. Underneath the fan motor use a Q tip to remove the dirt from the armature shaft.

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