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Tappan microwave from 1995

The turntable stopped turning. do i need a new turntable motor? Where can I find 1. it is ssm-16h rated at 6rpm. thanks

it is not the model @ that is in the product line below but I had to put something

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FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO REPLACE THE FAULTY MOTOR.

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3 Locate the turntable motor. The Microwave Wizard website explains that the motor compartment should be positioned below the center of the microwave. Unscrew the motor, disconnect the wires, and remove it from the microwave.

4 Determine the specific part number for the turntable motor so that a correct replacement can be purchased or ordered. Position the new motor into the shaft in the bottom of the microwave. Screw the motor securely into place.

5 Test the microwave to make sure that the turntable motor is operating correctly. The Microwave Wizard website explains that the motor can make noises if it was not positioned evenly in the shaft. Reconnect all of the wires that were detached when removing the old motor.

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