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Beyond Microwave turntable - keep it stationary

Can you prevent the turntable from moving? I have a square container that would hit the sides of the oven.

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  • nnisker Aug 09, 2008

    We "inherited" the microwave when we rented the condo. There was no manual. Nor, does it seem, that there is a feature on the keyboard. Is it possible to get the manual on-line?



    Thank you for your interest.



    Noreen Nisker

    nnisker@rogers.com

  • William Miller
    William Miller May 11, 2010

    Only if there is a feature on the keypad that allows this.

    Does you manual address this?


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This is made by Salton, and they're notoriously hard to get info out of.

You can contact Salton here.

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The turntable quit turning


The root will depend a bit on your microwave model. A few things to try:
  1. Take the (probably glass) tray that is rotated by a spindle in the middle. there should be a shaft with some sort of indented head matching the backside of the turntable. Is it covered in old multiply-nuked spaghetti sauce or other food cruft? If so, wipe off what you can, spray on some Simple Green or similar and let it sit for a while, try putting a washcloth with scalding water on it for a bit, whatever will soften up the gunk and let you wipe it off.
  2. Try to turn the shaft. Will it move at all? If grippable, can you gently grip it with a pair of pliers and get it to move at all? There may be a gear train under this to let some small motor do the turning with enough torque, so don't force it. All you're trying to do is see if the shaft has some wiggle to it and isn't physically stuck in place.
  3. Check the rollers - usually there's a ring with 3 or 4 small rollers between the carousel tray and the microwave cavity floor. Make sure that the rollers roll. if not, clean them or work them to get them rolling again. usually this part comes out and can be thrown in a bowl of soapy water to soak for a bit without harm.
  4. Many of these carousels will detect if something on the carousel is hitting a wall, and either reverse direction, or stop. This is since the inside is square, but the rotation area is round, so something sticking out on a diagonal at cook time may hit a wall. These mechanisms don't want to force the turn - you might overturn or break whatever is being heated, and make a mess. If that's the case, you might see if the shaft will turn with no carousel plate on top. IF so, something was stuck.
  5. beyond that will go into the specifics of the microwave model and how it's set up. I hope this may be of help!

    Good Luck!

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That particular skillet is just too heavy a load for the turntable system to handle.

I would suggest a lighter skillet or a different container, otherwise, the motor or shaft or both will be damaged.

It is of course perfectly okay to put metal in a microwave (after all, that's what they're made of!) but you just have to do it only according to the instructions in the owner's manual.

And as you know, metal in convection mode poses no problem at all.

You just need to use a lighter or different container.

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You may have a tunrtable motor or spindle problem..
This info is from GE website..( link : http://genet.geappliances.com/geasearch/Dispatcher?REQUEST=GETSEARCHRESULT

To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
  • Make sure the turntable is centered and seated properly. On models with a stirrer motor there is a shaft protruding up through the floor of the microwave. Make sure the turntable is securely fastened to this shaft. On models that turn on a ring with wheels attached, make sure the turntable is seated securely on the ring.
  • Check the turntable to make sure it is placed right side up. If the turntable plate is upside down it will drag on the floor of the microwave.
  • Check to make sure that there is no food or debris under the "wheels" of the turntable ring. Food can prevent the wheels from moving forward.
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