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Turntable shaft Maytag Microwave UMC5100ADB need a turntable shaft - part no longer available anywhere - can I substitute the part from a different model?

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  • cmc271 Oct 07, 2008

    Maytag Microwave # UMC5100ADQ

    My turntable works randomly



    The turntable shaft looks striped Maytag part number 58001050 can't find if someone has extra let me know!!



  • Lynn237 Oct 24, 2008

    I paid 1800.00 for this microwave- the shaft has broken twice and now I cannot find a replacement piece - Maytag offered me 20% off a replacement microwave - I have other microwaves in my office that are 15 years old, with turntables that aren't breaking. This is junk!

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    I have the same problem. Microwave Model # UMC1500ADB (built in conventional & microwave oven).



    I used JB Weld a while back. It held for couple of months... then back to the same.



    If there was some way to install a "set screw" through the adapter into the shaft, that would probably do best. I haven't found a good way to do this yet. Maybe with a right angle drill (or remove the motor)... then tap the end of the shaft and install a screw through the plastic adapter?



    Any thoughts?

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    I will not by another Maytag, as they leave you stuck without a $3 part.

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I have this microwave and it has a different problem.  Shooting sparks out of the magnetron.  Everything else works fine. Interested in buying it from me for the parts you need?  Does anybody buy microwaves for parts?

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In case some local appliance shops or appliance parts stores may have one setting duty on the shelf, the part number was 58001050.

Do you still have the old part? Can you post a photo of it?

J.B. Weld brand epoxy might fix it, if applied sparingly... you may have to get creative...

You can check eBay or Wal-Mart and other stores to see if they have a Rubbermaid or Nordic Ware (NordicWare) wind-up turntable like this "Micro-Go-Round". (I've seen them at Wal-Mart recently). It's shown below.

If you find one, you can plug the shaft hole with a rubber plug from the hardware store and use this.

Good luck!

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Posted on Sep 01, 2008

  • William Miller
    William Miller Sep 01, 2008


    (Sorry - I meant "setting dusty on the shelf")

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