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this is all i could find out. How to clear timer on GE microwave?
Clearing the Timer on the Microwave. On most GE microwaves the Timer function can be cleared by simply pressing the Clear button once or twice. On some models pressing and holding the Clear or Timer buttons will clear the function. Review the Owner's Manual for model specific directions.
Search for: How to clear timer on GE microwave? or this.On most GE microwaves the Timer function can be cleared by simply pressing the Clear button once or twice. On some models pressing and holding the Clear or Timer buttons will clear the function.
Reset the clock. Press "Clock" and the correct time, using
the number pads. Press "AM/PM" if applicable, and press "Start" or
"Clock" to confirm.
Press "Timer On/Off" to reset the timer if nothing on the
touch pad will operate. Use the number pads to select a new timed
amount, if desired, and press "Timer On/Off" to start. Press again to
Press and hold "Clear/Off" for three seconds if the timer
will not function or is blinking when you touch the pads. This will
release the "Child Lock" feature. Make a new touch pad selection.
Disconnect power to the microwave if following Steps 1
through 3 does not resolve the blinking timer. Wait a few minutes, and
then restore power to reset the microwave.
However if the problem persist the display board main control board is faulty
If your microwave runs, but doesn'theat your food, verify that you have selected a cooking setting. You mayaccidentally set the timer. Test the magnetron by placing 1 cup of water in themicrowave and heating the water for three minutes. If the water doesn't heat,your magnetron is dead.
Your can be repaired, but it's generally not worth the cost. Running the oven empty usually destroys the magnetron tube which generates the microwaves. The tube is replaceable, but it's a costly part. And the repair should be done by a professional because of safety concerns. Between the cost of parts and labor, it's usually not much more (and sometimes even less!) expensive to buy a new oven.
While the kitchen timer feature of a microwave is handy, many people accidentally kill their ovens this way. You might want to pick up a small digital timer when you shop for a new oven. It's cheap insurance.
hi pepper, you may have damaged the transformer or magnetron or both, it is fixable, if you are in warranty contact the manufacturer, if not you should only have it repaired professionally which unfortunately may cost you more than a new microwave but you may want to have it checked anyway.
You likely have a blown thermal cutout mounted above the magnetron, or possibly a blown fuse.
If you or a friend decide to work on it, we have *critical* safety, disassembly, and troubleshooting info at our site, which is linked at our listing here on FixYa: http://tinyurl.com/yzjozk
You can find helpful exploded view diagrams and order parts by entering your model number here: http://tinyurl.com/gv383