Question about GE JE1860 Microwave Oven
Remove bottom plate and see if the belt has worn out, if so replace. check the motor, if the power is present motor can be defective. If power is not present, then it is possible that the control board is not supplying voltage, check power supply, drive to motor.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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