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2 year old ge profile spacemaker Microwave lost all power

I have a GE spacemaker 2.0 model jvm2070sh. Its 2 years old and just quit one day. house circuit breakers are fine. My wife was boiling water on the stove and had the fan on. She walked away for approx 5 min and when she came back it was dead. Any solutions would be helpful. we have not done anything different from normal. The only thing I did notice about a week ago is that it sounded like the glass plate inside was off track when we ran it. Thanks for all your help.

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  • David Michael Jul 25, 2007

    Do I have to take the oven down off the wall or can I get to the panel through the bottom?
    Where about is the fuse?
    Thanks

  • David Michael Jul 27, 2007

    I appreciate all the help you guys are giving. I went ahead and had a local repair man check the microwave and he said all the fuses were good. He told me the control panel was bad. They want $400 to fix it. The cheapest I can find the part is $305. Part number WB07X10733. Any further help would be appreciated to help me save a few bucks.
    Thanks

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Inside unit is a cylinder fuse which can blow for a number of reasons. External cover needs to be removed to access. If you are confident in doing this and can find & check the fuse then it would be my first guess. If fuse is OK then you will need to have repaired. If fuse isblown & you replace then it blows again,you will need to have repaired. regards

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

  • Ian Jul 26, 2007

    You will need to take down. Fuse located behind control panel, must first remove top vent to expose panel screws. make sure you first unplug unit. Also there may be a stored charge on capacitor, fuse will be in small holder, is a ceramic cartridge, black or white in color, 15 or 20 amp.

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