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I HAVE A GE MICROHOOD MODEL GH7155XHS AND THE FAN WONT SHUT OFF. IT WILL CHANGE SPEED AND WHEN YOU PRESS THE BUTTON TO SHUT OFF THE DISPLAY READS OFF BUT FAN IS STILL RUNNING ON LOW. WHATS UP

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  • jimmyzinstal Sep 03, 2010

    this is not the internal blower its the exhaust fan motor that only operates when you manually turn it on! there is no sensor for this fan assy. i know which fan your refering to this is not that fan

  • jimmyzinstal Sep 07, 2010

    thx for your time

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Hi, well it would appear that the speed controller has failed, Iimagine one or more of the output semiconductors has gone to a short, or partial short circuit internally, thus allowing some current to leak through them and flow through the windings, even though the unit has been tuned OFF. I have seen similar things before.
In this instance, you would be best advised to replace said speed controller board, or if integrated, most likely, then you may have to obtain a whole new main board? You will have to check with GE.
I suggest you contact GE, and ask if you can obtain replacement parts, and try to obtain a service manual, from then too, this makes any repair possible.
If you do not wish to DIY, them please call an authorised service center and request a service call, remember to always ask for a "Quote" before allowing any work to commence.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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Hello,

This could be as a result of either a defective sensor or normal operation to maintain air flow until all parts have cooled off. this are the two possible reason, so, you will need to observe to determine if it is to maintain air flow until all parts have cooled off/otherwise.

Take care.

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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