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Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS2342194
Manufacturer Part Number W10210848
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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Michael from YUMA, AZ
Rattling noise when turn table was in motion
Unplug any appliance before any work is done. The microwave is a hanging unit under kitchen cabinets. First I removed the turn table, rollers, and connector by lifting them out. Second I removed all the attaching Phillips head screws that hold the bottom cover on. Once removed the cover will hang and give access to the drive motor gear assembly. It's held in place by 2 torques head screws. Remove these, lower the motor, and disconnect the 2 wires that plug onto it. A small pick or similar tool is needed to release the connectors latches. reassemble in reverse. Read more...
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Motor, AC Synchronous
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PartSelect Number PS3529216
Manufacturer Part Number 6549W1S013H
If the turntable on your microwave does not rotate, or you can hear a grinding noise, the problem may be with the motor. The motor is typically located below the floor of the oven, and is accessed through the bottom. The motor is normally held in place with a retaining screw and will have two wires attached to it as well. If the motor is making a grinding noise it will need to be replaced. If the motor does not turn, you can check for voltage or continuity with a multi-meter. Make sure the power is disconnected from your microwave before beginning this repair.
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Susan from HENDERSON, NV
microwave dish would not move back and forth
unscrewed the bottom of the microwave and unplugged old part then took the screw out and put new one in. Super easy! Read more...
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Turntable Motor
PartSelect Number PS11769794
Manufacturer Part Number W10911403
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Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS11749221
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10159107
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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Glen from Colleyville, TX
turn table motor shaft sheared
Removed microwave from cabinet after removing trim. Placed microwave upside down and removed bottom duct work.(two screws)
Base of microwave had a removable panel that gave access to motor. Removed and replaced motor. (one screw and plug in connector)
Replaced duct work, reinstalled duct work and placed microwave back into cabinet. Replaced trim.(four trim screws)
Note: Whirlpool would NOT sell the turn table support because of "liability".
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Turntable Motor - 120v
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PartSelect Number PS1961310
Manufacturer Part Number W10143959
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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duane from san diego, CA
Fire in microwave melted several parts
Remove the filters and use a Torx driver to remove two screws holding the motor. The wires on on the motor are held in place by a plastic clamp that must be pried open on one side. That's all it takes to replace the drive motor. Everything else that makes the turntable spin lifts off from inside the microwave. Read more...
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Microwave Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS11755189
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10466420
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Turntable Motor
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PartSelect Number PS391978
Manufacturer Part Number 8183954
This motor is used to rotate the cooking tray.
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Todd from San Bernardino, CA
Microwave turntable does not work
My unit is a wall mount/cabinet/built-in model. The repair is actually fairly simple once you determine that the actual microwave is just a component of the entire unit, and that it (the microwave) can be easily removed from the unit. I did not figure this out until after I removed the entire unit (disconnect the power supply, lift the entire bulky, heavy unit out of the cramped space in the cabinet, etc). Once I got it out I figured out how easy it is to remove the actual oven - a couple of screws, literally. The unit is a bit bulky, but not particularly heavy and is quite manageable. I did this entire process alone.

I got the oven out, rolled it on it's side and found the plate to access the motor. The plate is located on the bottom/underside of the unit. The plate is nothing more than a section of the underside of the metal housing that has been cut-out as an access point. This "cut-out" is not complete - that is, not completely cut out so as to all the plate to stay in place without the need for screws, etc, until you actually have to use it. I used a pair of dykes to cut the couple of points still connecting this plate, removed the two phillips screws to remove the motor, disconnected the two wires connected, then reversed to complete the repair. You then flip the cut-out plate over/rotate it, and some screw holes line up. Find a couple of small screws, and re-attach the plate to cover the motor.

The actual fix is really easy, again, once you figure out the simple way to remove the oven. I am an idiot, so you will probably find this much easier. I could probably do this repair now, after my experience, in less than 30 minutes (probably less than 15 minutes). I probably save a couple hundred $ by doing it myself so was well worth the time to do it. Good luck.
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MOTOR-FAN
PartSelect Number PS11703401
Manufacturer Part Number W10794022
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Turntable Motor
PartSelect Number PS11744890
Manufacturer Part Number WP815142
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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$80.90
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Turntable Motor
PartSelect Number PS11749942
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10192843
This motor rotates the glass turntable in the microwave.
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Donna from ARLINGTON, TX
Noisy and turning plate would not turn
Pulled unit out, pried the bottom plate off the unit. Mine was not screwed in, but designed to be pried off, and then replaced. That was a surprise, but not very difficult. Unscrewed the motor, unplugged the electric connection, replaced it with new part . Replaced the bottom plate and tested the machine. Read more...

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