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Manufacturer #:100658
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Manufacturer #:66225
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This is an open lever for a microwave. It allows the microwave door to open when prompted. When you push on your door latch lever, it contacts the door latch assembly and releases ...
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Manufacturer #:66236
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This is a turntable drive motor for a microwave. It measures approximately 2 inches in diameter and is made mostly of metal. Located under the microwave turntable, also known as a ...
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Manufacturer #:66023
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This oven lamp is temperature rated to be placed inside your oven and illuminate when the door is open. Please consult proper instructions when installing.
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Manufacturer #:86786
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Turn table motor

TT MOTOR – Part Number: 66245
  • Customer: barb from dana point, CA
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Time to Complete: 30 - 60 mins
  • Tools Required: Pliers, Screw drivers
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Just take out the appliance from built in frame, if any, remove the glass turn table, disassemble the metal cover (no-tamper screws were a problem), flip it over, unscrew one screw from the motor, unplug the wires (keep track of the connections), install the new motor and wires, reaassemble with regular screws, and reinstall. No big deal. read more