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Drive Motor
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PartSelect Number PS237772
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10038
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.
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GERRY from BONITA SPRINGS, FL
No Water From Dispencer
Repairs went just fine done I about 20 min. Read more...
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Synchronous Motor
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PartSelect Number PS953598
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10143
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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Klaus from Holland, PA
the carousel in the turntable would not work
I had previously determined the like culpit was the synchronous motor. The roller guide had flat spots on each roller. Order parts from Part Select - pretty good price, parts were delivered in 3 days - much faster than I expected. Printed out a parts diagram from their website and grabbed my screwdriver. Also needed a pair of side cutters to cut the metal web that held the motor cover in place - only need to unscrew screw that hold the cover in place (bottom), cut the metal connectors, remove the plate and unscrew the screw holding the motor in place, pull out old unit, replace with new motor and secure the motor with the screw. Put the cover in place and secure - put the microwave back on the counter, pluf it in, put something in the oven and start her up. Took less than 15 minutes and cost me $50 for the parts. Great deal and easy to do. Read more...
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TURNTABLE MOTOR
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PartSelect Number PS2370063
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10233
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Mark from LADYS ISLAND, SC
Turn table on microwave would not turn.
Removed 6 screws from the front and back of the bottom of the unit. 3 screws each side. The panel will swing down. Remove the wires from the motor. Remove the one screw from the old
motor. Insert the new motor and reverse the procedure.
DIY will save you a $ 95.00 GE repairman labor bill, plus the cost of the motor. I repaired the problem for less than $25.00!
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MOTOR AC SYNCHRONOUS
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PartSelect Number PS2355837
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10226
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Susana from PHOENIX, AZ
Turn table motor malfunctioning, noisy and intermittent.
My oven is installed above the counter making it a bit difficult to reach the screws closest to the wall. Instructions should note that both harnesses need to be disconnected and that there are two screws, not one holding the motor. This one issue made it frustrating since that screw is located towards the back away from your vision. This is when the flash light and a bit of contortions were required. Read more...
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MOTOR(CIRC) SYNCHRONOUS
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PartSelect Number PS2370070
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10240
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Ransford from LAUREL, MD
Turntable not rotating
Replaced the dead motor with new motor . I used YouTube video to install. Read more...
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Motor, Turntable
PartSelect Number PS1020855
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10193
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Javin from Waltham, MA
Turntable did not turn when anything on top
Turn off the circuit breaker to the microwave. Remove the 4 black wood screws that secure the microwave to the cabinet. Pull the microwave all the way out and set it on something that leaves you access to the middle access panel on the bottom. Remove the access panel on the bottom that has one screw. Unhook the 2 cables to the motor remembering which color goes where. Remove the 2 screws for the motor and replace the motor. Finish up in reverse... Read more...
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Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS1481109
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10208
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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jeannine from solana beach, CA
Microwave making really loud noises when operating
This is the second time I've had this problem-once while it was still under warranty and now this time. Quite annoying noise but super easy to fix (just remember to unplug the appliance first!). I used the flashlight to help find the screws as my microwave is installed over the range.
My vent motor has also gone out...maybe I'll tackle that next!
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Microwave Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS12722592
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X32190
This turntable motor is for microwaves. The turntable motor rotates the glass tray inside the microwave oven. Because high-voltage capacitors in a microwave can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is unplugged, a service technician should install this part.
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Turntable Drive Motor - 120V 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS953609
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X10154
This motor turns the glass tray for even cooking/warming.
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Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS237917
Manufacturer Part Number WB26X186
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Dave from Danville, CA
The turntable would not turn, and made a clicking sound
Thanks to great instructions from a previous person, this was super easy. It took 5 minutes to remove and replace the new motor. The big part of this job was cleaning out the cabinet where the microwave sits, since I had to take it out.

There is a 'door cover' pressed into the bottom of the microwave, that just has 6 small tabs that you need to cut. Then remove 1 screw, and the wire clip and the motor is changed. The door just reverses and re-installs with 1 screw. When the microwave was designed, this repair was in the engineers mind. So simple I couldn't beleive it.
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