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PartSelect Number PS2321377
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X10163
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Kayeum from Frisco, TX
The thermostat was not working.
The most important part was to determine why the microwave not coming on. I had to check from start forward to determine where it was losing the current. after determined that the thermostat was not passing the current, that was it. After I received the part, I replaced the part and everything started working again. Read more...
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Thermostat - 70/40
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PartSelect Number PS8754628
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11213
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Mike from West Deptford, NJ
Blown Fuse
Turned power off, removed screws from outer cover, opened door, slide cover off, removed screws, lifted panel open, removed electrical connections, then removed keypad panel. Removed screws for fan cover then removed cover. Saw blown fuse replaced fuse also used ohm meter to measure resistance of the thermostat it was shorted. removed screw holding it in place removed 2 connectors took out thermostat inserted new thermostat screwed in place put connectors back on. Put fan cover on put screws in, put key panel on reconnect all connections to key panel put screws in put cover on, screw in, turn power on. Read more...
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PartSelect Number PS2370190
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11100
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John from COLORADO SPGS, CO
No power to microwave
Used volt meter to confirm both thermostats were defective. Read more...
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PartSelect Number PS2339856
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11034
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THERMOSTAT
PartSelect Number PS2321365
Manufacturer Part Number WB21X10148
This part will trip once the inside of the cavity overheats and exceeds the recommended temperature.
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Michael from Coulterville, CA
No power to microwave, no heating.
Unpluged power cord!! Removed front control panel to expose electronics (need to remove top horizontal vent cover to expose mounting hardware). Unplugged leads to control panel board. Removed magnetron with Tstat (3- phillip heads, need stubby). Installed new parts and control panel, plugged it in tested. Done. Read more...
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PartSelect Number PS2321366
Manufacturer Part Number WB21X10149
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PartSelect Number PS3507639
Manufacturer Part Number WB20X10060
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Vent Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS240278
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X709
The thermostat opens and closes if it gets too hot to run the vent fan.
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Jason from SHEFFIELD LK, OH
Total power loss of microwave
GE slate microwave approximately 2 years old. Completely dead. Power to outlet was good, no gfci was tripped. Started checking fuses, 250v ceramic fuse good, two fuses at the bottom behind the control panel. One on the left labeled 12 on the diagram tested no continuity. One on the right labeled 13 tested good with continuity. So i figured number 12 was bad. Got the part and turns out to be the wrong fuse. Part number was the same but the terminals were the wrong size. Im pretty sure GE has the diagram labeled wrong because i ordered number 13 and it was the right size. Just an FYI if you are ordering those fuses for your microwave that 12 and 13 on the diagram may be reversed. Anyway received the right fuse and tested the new fuse and it tests open continuity and did not fix my issue. Microwave is still dead. There are two other fuses in the back that i need to check so hopefully i find the issue. Hope this helps someone, remember one fuse behind the control panel tests open and the other tests closed and thats how it is suppose to function. Read more...
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PartSelect Number PS3491479
Manufacturer Part Number WB20X10048
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PartSelect Number PS8754466
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X21030
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Mark from LAND O LAKES, FL
Microwave wouldn't turn on/no power
Steps were straight forward.
Remove the trim between the microwave and the cabinet.
Disconnect the microwave from the cabinet
Unplug the microwave
Remove the microwave from the cabinet
Remove the screws in the back of the microwave in order to remove the cover
Remove the microwave cabinet cover
Using needle nose pliers, disconnect wire from the fuse (on top of the microwave)
Remove the one screw holding the fuse down (Phillips head)
Replace the fuse
Reconnect the wires

For this repair, the fuse actually melted the connector for one of the wires. As such, the wire needed to be replaced and it was part of the microwave's wiring harness, so I replaced the entire harness. To do so,

Starting at the one top end of the harness, replace the individual connections by disconnecting the original wire connection and putting on the new connection one at a time, making sure to verify that the wire colors match for each connection.
Go sequentially
The hardest connection to do is the bottommost (last connection) that connects on the bottom middle of the microwave. To access the connection, you need to open the access panel on the bottom of the microwave (It is stamped and tin snips are needed to cut the tabs to free up 3 sides - the 4th one acts as the hinge).

After the last connection is made, plug the microwave in and test it to make sure its working. Once test is complete:
Reattach the cover
Put the microwave back into the cabinet; plug it in
Reconnect the frame
Reattach the cabinet trim
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