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Posted on Oct 03, 2007

GE XL1800 JVM1870SF02

My microwave turntable does not work and may turn about a half a turn then stop. If I remove the glass plate, it works fine. I don't see any obstructions and nothing seems to be holding it back (friction, etc). If it is the motor, is it easy to replace and are there any instructions available? Thanks!

  • GIP7 Dec 24, 2007

    The turntable turns, but when you put something on the table to heat it will not turn. I have changes the rollers and it still will not turn when you put something on it.

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Remove the 7 screw around the perimeter of the base. Lift back of plate up over clips and remove there are wire attached to the base for your night time lights and the motor. remove the two screws holding the motor in and the plug. When reinstalling ensure you line up the flat side of the motor with the rotating plate key.

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