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Popular Microwave Thermostats
PartSelect Number PS2321377
Manufacturer Part Number WB24X10163
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...
Thermostat - 70/40
PartSelect Number PS8754628
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X11213
Mike from West Deptford, NJ
Blown FuseTurned 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...
Limit Thermostat For Cooling Fan
PartSelect Number PS3409411
Manufacturer Part Number 318578506
Fixes these symptoms
- Little to no heat when baking
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Betty from OLIVE BRANCH, MS
Thermostat for oven cook elements. Cooling fan is a misnomer-the fan still worked!First of all I am not Betty, I am her husband. Second I and a friend pulled the range out of the countertop (which was not necessary). The top can be raised on it hinges and the plate under the burners can be removed by taking out 8 to 19 screws and there is the thermostat looking at you. After doing this once and knowing where the thermostat is, the job could be done in less that an hour.. INSTRUCTIONS: Turn OFF the circuit breaker. Remove the burners. Remove the plate under the burners. Change the thermostat (making sure to place in correct direction as the one removed). Reassemble, turn on circuit breaker, test oven heat. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS2321365
Manufacturer Part Number WB21X10148This part will trip once the inside of the cavity overheats and exceeds the recommended temperature.
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...
PartSelect Number PS12071310
Manufacturer Part Number 5304509475
Derek from JOPLIN, MO
Thermostat bad....but couldn't fix itMy grandfather who is well versed as an electrician checked my microwave out because it wasn't worked. He used a multimeter to check electric current to parts in the microwave. He said a specific thermostat was not getting any current going through. I ordered that replacement part from this site and when it came in it didn't have current running through it either. He said he thought the part that was given to me was faulty. I called this companies number to ask some questions but the machine said they aren't taking any inquiry calls because of the pandemic right now. So I currently don't know what the problem is with my microwave. I want to return the part but unfortunately during Christmas time the packaging got thrown away. So as of right now I'm out the part money and probably money to buy a new appliance. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS240278
Manufacturer Part Number WB27X709The thermostat opens and closes if it gets too hot to run the vent fan.
Jason from SHEFFIELD LK, OH
Total power loss of microwaveGE 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...