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FUSE
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PartSelect Number PS12071294
Manufacturer Part Number 5304509451
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FUSE
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PartSelect Number PS1481237
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10928
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  • No heat
  • Touchpad does not respond
  • Won’t turn on
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Kim from Cliffside Park, NJ
Microwave completely stopped working
Turned out the issue was easily solved by replacing a single, inexpensive fuse.

First off, UNPLUG THE MICROWAVE.

The fuse is located under the plastic grill at the top of the microwave. It's held on by two screws. Once you've removed the screws and taken off the plastic grill, you go to the right side of the microwave and remove another screw that holds a small metal grill in place. Removing the small metal grill is probably the toughest part of this repair. You kind of have to rock it back and forth a bit to get it to release. Once that's off, you can get to the fuse. I removed the burnt out one with a pair of needle nose pliers. I also put a small piece of cardboard under the fuse when I did this so I didn't accidentally drop it into the innards of the microwave. I did the same thing when I replaced the new fuse. I then plugged the appliance back in and made sure it worked. Once that was confirmed, I replaced both grills.
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Fuse
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PartSelect Number PS1960938
Manufacturer Part Number W10138793
If your microwave is not turning on it could be due to your fuse needing to be replaced. This part protects the microwave by shutting it off if there is an electrical surge. This fuse is just over an inch long, is metallic on both ends and ceramic in the middle. Before beginning this repair, unplug the appliance and wait a few minutes before starting. Remove the outer cabinet which is held in place with two screws. You will then locate the power cord which will lead you to the fuse holder. Determine if the fuse has blown. Using an ohmmeter, you should be able to figure out if it has blown. A proper reading is zero ohms, if it reads as anything else then your fuse has in fact blown. Simply snap the old fuse out of place and place the new one in.
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Daniel from DECATUR, GA
Microwave wouldn't turn on and found breaker been tripped and then microwave wouldn't turn on at all.
Read some instructions and easily found the fuse. Replaced it. Still didn't work. Took control panel off to check door switches. Nothing I read mentioned a second fuse. Tested and it to had blown. Ordered another one. Popped them in. Done. Read more...
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Thermostat
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PartSelect Number PS3530468
Manufacturer Part Number 6930W1A003X
The range thermostat is also commonly known as a stove, oven, cooktop, or range thermal fuse. This thermostat protects your oven from excessive heating, and will shut the oven heat off if excessive heating is detected. This is a genuine part sourced directly from the original manufacturer. You may need to replace this part if your appliance will not heat properly. It is made of metal and is approximately 1 inch in diameter. This part is sold individually. It is recommended to order a spare, especially if you commonly use the self-cleaning function in your oven.
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  • Element will not heat
  • Little to no heat when baking
  • Oven not heating evenly
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George from FALL RIVER, MA
Loss of controls and no heat.
Assisted experienced and knowledgeable local repair shop technician. Had no issues during repairs. Microwave worked properly after repairs were completed. Read more...
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Ceramic Fuse - 20 amp
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PartSelect Number PS11747931
Manufacturer Part Number WPM0805101
This microwave fuse is just over an inch in length. It has a white ceramic center, and metal on either end. This is a twenty amp 250-volt fuse, and is used to power your microwave. If your microwave will not heat properly, will not turn on, or the touch pad becomes unresponsive, there could be a faulty fuse which should be replaced. Remember, since this part contains an electrical charge, before you replace the fuse from your microwave, make sure that the power is disconnected from the unit. This part is sold individually. NOTE: Make sure your microwave is unplugged, and your capacitor is discharged before you begin this repair. A capacitor stores large amounts of electricity even after your microwave is unplugged.
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Jay from Edwardsville, IL
Blows main fuse when the microwave generator start, (cooking function).
Remove microwave from oven cabinet. remove cover and check main fuse with ohm meter.
Tried fuse, it does not blow untill cooking starts.
Check capacitor with ohm meter, after properly performing capacitor dischagre procedure.
Order new capacitor, simple installation. another new fuse and all is good and cooking again.
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Thermal Fuse
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PartSelect Number PS239811
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X1127
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Thomas from HAMPTON BAYS, NY
Microwave stopped working it lost complete power
Upon taking the faceplate off (unplugged power source first) I found one of the wires going to the THERMO SW-TCO SENSE TEMP was completely burned away. I cut back the wire and spliced a new section with heat shrink connectors and I replaced the THERMO SW-TCO SENSE TEMP. I plugged the power back in and it works great. Read more...
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Ceramic Fuse - 15 Amp
PartSelect Number PS240270
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X7
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Rob from NEWTON, NJ
PS240270 Ceramic Fuse - 15 Amp
PS240270
Ceramic Fuse - 15 Amp
Easy installation , remove microwave cover housing ,locate fuse by door catch & replace..
Received quickly..
Replaced fuse , removed microwave cover housing , located fuse adjacent door catch removed & installed new fuse...
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$31.51
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Thermostat
PartSelect Number PS239287
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10166
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Oven Cavity Temperature Cut-Out
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PartSelect Number PS235672
Manufacturer Part Number WB21X10046
Also known as fuse.
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michelle from virginia beach, VA
Original part was fried
Had to remove microwave from the wall. Then disassemble entire top assembly to get to the part. Easy enough to replace after that. Then just reassemble and reinstall. About 2hrs. total Read more...
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Thermostat Cut-Out
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PartSelect Number PS239319
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X10195
Also known as Thermostat or Humidity Sensor for Fault Code.
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Andras from Lexington, MA
Oven would not power up
There are 4 thermostats (aka TCO = Thermal Cut Out) in the GE JVM1440BH04
The schematic is under the cover in a black envelope to the top left of the unit if you face the door.

Check the fuse first. You can remove the front grate, then the numpad on the right. The fuse is right behind it. It's a 250V 20A Class F fuse.

There are four (4) TCOs or Thermal Cut Out thermostats in this puppy:

1) There is a thermostat behind the button panel to the left, facing down. If blown, it breaks the power coming into the unit and will cause a no power situation.

2) There is another TCO or thermostat near the top lamp, to the left, in a small cavity. That one also breaks power to the unit and will cause a no power situation. It's a 100 C / 0 C thermostat. This was the one that blew on me after I left the stove running (for heating in a black-out) under the microwave.


"Cavity TCO" or "Thermostat" part number 61 on the schematics, part number PS239319


3) There is yet another power-breaking TCO or thermostat in the cavity behind the fan that cools the microwave coils. You have to remove the sheet metal on the right of the microwave to access it. This one also breaks power and will cause a no power situation.

1), 2) and 3) should test out to be 0 Ohms with a resistance meter (Digital Multimeter) if working correctly.

4) There is a thermostat which normally does not let current through it. It is mounted in a vertical position to the back wall behind the front panel on the right. This one is used for the sensor reheat function apparently and will close when the temperature in the microwave reaches approx. 60 C.

4) should have infinite resistance with a resistance meter under normal circumstances.
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