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GE jvm140k prchase 1993. Oven timer works and displays time and progaming but oven won't start up. It has been working off and on but now won't work at all.

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The model you gave was for a microwave oven. In the backside of the microwave is a air cooling window. If it gets clogged with junk the mag will overheat and the limit on the side of it will shut down the oven. Simply cleaning this area so that air can circulate better can cure the problem. I suspect it finally got so bad that the cavity thermal limit has blown now and you have nothing at all.
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Posted on May 27, 2011

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