Question about Kenmore 62463 Microwave Oven
The center portion of the turntable roller rest for my microwave is broken and the glass turntable will not turn. I tried glueing it together which worked for a while, but no longer works. What can I do to repair it, find a new one, or a replacement since the microwave is no longer produced? Thanks!
It's called either the turntable coupler or the turntable support, depending on your model number. You can visit the Sears parts Web site at http://www3.sears.com/ and enter your full model number and see exploded view diagrams, parts lists, and order the part. Or you can call Sears parts at 1-800-252-1698.
Posted on Mar 25, 2007
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Microwave-safe epoxy would be better than super glue, which will will emit fumes.
You would be better off getting a new one if it's truly available.
Tritronics (http://www.wehaveparts.com) shows it as part # M0R0282 (no rollers included) and the rollers are part #
M0R0272. You rrollers may work if they're okay.
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