Question about GE JVM1440 Microwave Oven
I know this is a trivial issue when compared with appliances starting on fire an such - but this one is really annoying. I have no sound. I do not believe my model has a "mute" or even a "volume" setting for the sound. I think it should always be on. Has anyone had similar problems? I am considering replacing the piezo-buzzer for about $1 before paying a $50 deductible to my home warranty company. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Circuit Breakers do weaken over usage. It is not usually a time factor as much as a load factor. Each time a circuit breaker trips, it loses its ability to carry the same load as it did previously. In other words, a 15 amp breaker only carries the ability to carry 15 amps once. I recommend replacing the circuit breaker with one that has a matching rating. If you do feel up sizing is necessary, check the load rating of the appliances to make sure the additional size really is necessary. Increasing power to appliances that shouldn't need it increases the risks of potential electrical fires and masking real issues. Try changing it with higher amp breakers.
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