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PartSelect Number PS237772
This is a microwave turntable drive motor. This is a genuine OEM replacement part. It accepts a D-shaped drive shaft. The drive motor is located under the glass microwave turntable, and allows the turntable plate to rotate while the appliance is in use. Your drive motor might be broken if it is noisy or does not turn at all. Be sure to disconnect power to the microwave before starting this repair. Simply unscrew the bottom plate and the drive motor of your microwave, disconnect the wires, and install the replacement part. This drive shaft is 21 volts, is about 2 inches in diameter, and is made of metal.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
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.
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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!
took 6 screws out of the oven bottomremoved 2 screws that held the motordiconnected the power plug.plugged in power to new motor, replaced 2 screws that held it in place, replaced 6 screws that held bottom of ovenThat was it...
ha to remove the bottom ,to get at the internal screws that held the drive motor. after disconnecting the power to the moter, i removed the two screws that held it in place. i installed thre new motor , reconnected the wire plug to motor . replaced the outer screws, and the project was done.
ordered part from partselect received in about 3-4 days removed 6 ea screws from lower panel , removed 1 ea screw holding motor in place, pulled wire receptacle loose from motor, threw old motor in trash, put new motor up into plastic tray rotating device turned motor to secure on one side and installed screw to hold motor reinstalled wire plug and panel ops ckd good about 15 minutes to do could have done it quicker but my eyes ain't what they use to be Very easy fix when you get the right part and I got it on the first order with partselect ......Thank You Very Much
I removed the screws for the bottom plate, removed the motor and installed new motor. VERY EASY. I do love that you show pictures for your parts, will definately recommend your site. Thanks for all of your help.
Removed five phillips head screws. Dropped metal cover of microwave. The cover is on hinges and will stay up on its own. Removed two screws holding old motor. Replaced with new motor and replaced bottom cover of microwave. Extemely easy repair.
unplugged the appliance, removed the glass tray from inside, turned the microwave on its side and removed the 3x3 panel, removed the drive motor by taking out two screws and disconnecting the two electrical wires, compared the new item with the old one, placed new in olds position and screwed in place. replaced the 3x3 cover, turned microwave upright, plugged in the power cord, placed a cup of water on the tray, turned the microwave on for 30 sec. and watched the table turn. Very simple and convenient application.
First I unplugged the microwave from the wall receptacle. Next I removed eight screws that let the bottom plate of the microwave hood pivot down with its hinges. Next I removed two screws holding the turn motor in place. I then unplugged the motor and replaced it with the new motor and reversed the above procedures until everything was back in place. I then turned the microwave on and was thrilled to find it working properly again.
I removed the screws (7) around perimeter of bottom. Don't remove the middle screw as it holds some gizmo in place. Dropped down hinged bottom. Removed motor (2 screws and a plug) matched to picture on website and ordered.2 days later, part arrived, installed, good to go.Bill, Kentucky
We removed the vents from under the bottom and then the 4 screws and pulled the motor out. It was a no brainer to fix and the part came in alot faster than expected.Thank You
it was easy . i unsrewed 2 srews and it went right in place
Removed five screws from the underside of the mircowave. Disconnected the two prong plug in. Removed the one screw that held the motor and replaced with new motor. Reconnected the plug and replaced the five screwsTested the result with a bag of microwave popcorn. Worked perfectly.
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