Question about GE Microwave Ovens
First of all, there seems to be a typo in that model number, but no matter.
This is usually due to a defective or loose magnetron causing electrical interference and disruption in the control circuit board.
If your magnetron was recently replaced, it may have loose mounting nuts or bolts or maybe the wire mesh RF gasket was not installed or got pinched.
You should have a 1 year part & labor warranty, plus a further 5-9 years on the magnetron itself.
GE can point you to an authorized service center. Their Customer Service is at http://www.geappliances.com/service_and_support/contact/
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According to the manual this is how to set clock.
To set the clock, press "Clock" once or "Timer/Clock" twice (depending on your keypad).
The colon symbol (:) will flash.
Enter time of day. The time appears in the window; the colon continues to flash.
Press "Clock" or "Timer/Clock" again - colon stops flashing; time of day is set.
If you need the manual it is on link below.
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