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PartSelect Number PS237772
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave and accepts a D-shaped shaft.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I removed the microwave oven from the wall by unscrewing a trim plate or frame that surrounds the face of the oven. Pulled the oven out of the cabinet. Removed the glass cooking tray and rollers from the oven interior. Turned the oven on its side to expose the bottom. I unscrewed the small cover plate in the middle of the bottom which exposed the turn table motor. The motor was attached by two screws and a connector plug. In a couple minutes I removed the motor and replaced it with the new one and reassembled the oven. I put it back in the cabinet and it works like new again.
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Nice. Half dozen screws drops the bottom, 2 screws on the motor, pop in the new, reassemble and throw in the popcorn. (Was skeptical. Have replaced quite a few of these little motors in data centers. Common part in high-speed printers. Never saw one fail like this but your feedback convinced me otherwise.)
Removed the cover, 6 screws and then the motor, 2 screws. Unpluged the old motor and just reversed the process.
took screws out of bottom of microwave.dropped down bottom cover to get at drive motor I took out one screw droped down cooking tray motor disconnnected 2 wires reconnected put back up and put 1 screw in ,fastened bottom and was fixed very easy ,and parts select is the best place to find what you are looking for if I ever need parts this is where I will order from service is great and only took about 2 days to receive my part .I went to store where I bought my microwave and they wanted to sell me a new one.saved over $200
Let me keep this short and simple.Disconnect the power to the microwaveRemove the (7) screws from the bottom panelDisconnect the wires from the old Drive MotorRemove the retaining screws of the drive motorThen install the new drive motor in the reverse order
Removed six screws that allowed the "bottom" to swing down; then removed the two screws holding the motor - disconnected the two wires. Installed the motor and reversed this procedure to finish the project.
I removed the five screws that held the bottom plate in place. After removing the bottom plate, I unscrewed the one screw holding the drive motor, unplugged the motor, and then installed the new motor. Replaced the botton plate and then tested the new motor. Everything worked like new.The part was less expensive than buying it from GE. I ordered the motor on a Monday morning and received it Wednesday afternoon. I was completely satisified with the price, part, and shipping time.Thanks,
about 6 philips head screws along the bottom drops that cover off. 2 more hold the motor in place. carefully remove the 2 wire plug onto the motor . do not touch or get near the black wire.unless you want to get shocked.like i did.remove the 2 motor screws.put the new one up and turn untill the screw holes are the holes in the lower inner cover. reinstall the screws .reinstall the plug and lower plate.having been a auto mechanic till i retired, helped me a lot.total time to make the repair was about 15 min.this is not my first order from parts select and all i can say is they rock with the best of service i have ever gotten for appliance parts. and prices one can not found to beat for factory parts.
As in other postings, remove six screws on the bottom of the microwave, disconnected the the plug,unscrew two screws to remove the old motor...(it took longer to get the new part out its box then it did to make the repair) unpacked the new part, put in the two motor screws, put in the six screws to hold the microwave bottom in place and waalaa...done! Thanks, Hank
Unplugged microwave from the wall. Removed the screws on the bottom of the oven. Detached the light, removed the bottom panel. Unscrewed one more screw on the turn table motor and twisted to remove. Plugged in the new one and reattached the Electrical wires and bottom panel. Piece of cake. Just don't forget to reconnect the lights!
Removed bottom panel by removing 6 screws. Removed 2 screws holding motor and replaced.Piece of cake! Saved a fortune. Appliance repair service wanted $380.
Removed the 5 screws that held the housing so it dropped down. removed the 2 screws to the motor. Disconnedted the plug. reinstalled the new motor. connected the plug and raised the housing and replaced the 5 screws. Took less than 10 minutes start to finish. Piece-of-cake.
easy repair. removed seven screws on the underside of the microwave and lowered the bottom cover. removed two screws from the old motor, unpluged the wires. reversed this sequence to install. took less than 5 minutes.I had previously read these steps others had posted on partselect so the job was a breeze!
removed the srews under the unit unplugged the rotor motor and unscrewed 2 screws holding in the motor. When new motor arrived I plugged it up and put it on with the 2 screws and then put the bottom filter screen piece back on with the 6 little screws. REal, real easy.
The Glass cooking tray was very noisy. This was verified by turning off the tray rotation. 1. Removed the two metal filters.2. Removed the screws holding the bottom cover of the microwave. 6 or 7 I believe.3. Removed the two screws holding the drive motor in place.4. Started the microwave with the motor hanging down to to verify it was defective. I could hear the motor rotating and making noise.5. Replaced the motor, bottom cover, & filters in reverse order.6. Tested, Works fine!
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