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8 Months ago paid 240 to replace magnetron tube. Just now, it makes a loud buzzing noise when you attempt to turn it on. This is a piece of junk in my opinion and the service charges by GE are outrageous. Sounds like it is the magnetron tube again. What ****. I really want to hear from GE themselves. I guess I will have to go to Appliance Park and read GE the riot act.

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