Question about Microwave Ovens
A rubber gasket (seal) must be replaced. This seal connects the bottom of the tub to the rotating shaft (Agitator shaft).
A variety of factors determine how long these rubber gaskets last befroe they start cracking.
The seal is available from most appliance parts stores (local and on-line). The trouble is replacing it, it take about 2 hours for an amature and some major disassembly. Removing the agitator, the inner tub (the one that spins after rinse cycle), and some shaft pieces.
Cost for a repair technician will be about $150 to 200 (guess only - I am not sure about the rates in your town).
Posted on May 23, 2011
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