My blower motor went out and they wanted $145.00 for a new one but I found a guy on Ebay selling blowers from freight damaged microwaves for $18.00 brand new and he said that if I sent him the model # he would get me one with the right plug well the one he sent is wrong what I have in the GE Model# JVM1440WHD4 is a Samsung what they sent is a OH SUNG what I need to do is change the plug the wires on the GE are red-orange-blue-white-violet the wires on the OH SUNG are black-blue-yellow-red-white I know that the black is ( High Speed) and the White is (Low Speed) on the OH SUNG they are marked, I am not sure which ones are power and neutral . Sure could use some help. Thanks
I have an OH SUNG from a different model micro and have hooked it up every which-way I could and some how managed NOT to mess it up. I finally realized I needed the 6 microfarad capacitor across the RED and YELLOW. Works like a champ. ****** can move some air btw. I am thinking about thowing this puppy in my PC when I overclock it...
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In order to change the venting on the microhood you need to uninstall the unit and at the top of the microwave is the blower unit. Remove the cover, flip the blower and you should then see the fins on the motor, reinstall the unit under the cabinet and your good to go. I hope this helps, good luck
On this model, item #1 is the only part you will need to invert. Lift out and rotate to allow venting to be possible to the wall. In other words, the open part needs to face the back of the microwave. Also if you removed the blower, you will need to re-install it back and correctly. You could have venting issues if not back in the proper location.
It sounds like your exhaust blower has a shorted wire to it or the motor itself is bad. If you have a basic knowlege of electricity, some hand tools and lots of patience you can take the unit down off the wall, remove all the access screws and locate the blower (usually on the top back). Follow the wires from that to the control, look for breaks or tears in the wire, if none found then the blower motor will need replaced.
yes FORCE...doct be afraid to break it 'cause you really can't. On mine after frustration I got agressive and found out the little black power wires were "holding it in the unit. A little prying pulling will get the motor unit up and out so you can "roll" it 90 degrees and reinstall screws and job is done.