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I have a recently purchased microwave since CHristmas. It was working wonderfully. Recently, I moved and plugged the microwave back in. THe light is on but will not program anything. I tried to plug into another socket. Still the light goes on, but will not let me plug in anything. The motor sounds like it is running, but nothing is happening. The turn table does not even move. Style JES1136WL01 Serial Number LM904360B Rodney Peterson bc2of135@kmtel.com 507-634-4411

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  • drews4 Mar 03, 2009

    Mine is less than a year old. One day it started just shutting off part way through or it sounds like its running but its not.

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We have the same model. It's a piece of garbage. I loved the retro oval window and all and the size was perfect for our space. Then, the paint started chipping off the inside front, the timer started working intermittently, and the oven would just quit in the middle of the cooking cycle! Today, it finally just up and died. I unplugged and replugged it. No go. Finished cooking on stove top. My suggestion? Do like we're going to do and go buy another microwave...not another GE!

Good luck! Peacenikkie@charter.net

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