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H V Transformer(tap)

Part Number: AP3206335
MFG Part Number: WB27X10605
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Microwave Transformer.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB27X10605 (AP3206335) replaces 942858, AH651428, EA651428, PS651428.

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GE Spacemaker XL 1800 model JVM1860BF001 Problem: Microwave is not heating and had a humming noise. Control board and lights work fine. 1. Replaced both the magnetron tube (OM75P WB27X10017) and high voltage diode (WB27X1160) 2. Huming noise is gone, but is still not heating. 3. Tested continuity w/voltimeter on two front white fuses (did not test the fuse holder). Tested the thermal fuse. All have continuity. 4. Tested the H.V. capacitor and was not charged. So I replaced it too (WB27X10011) just in case. Still does not heat. Now what, test the Transformer WB27X10605? What are the chances a new part are defective!

Julio for Model Number JVM1860BF001


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What does DCP-N stand for on the sticker? I have the same transformer but these letters are different. Can I use this transformer in my microwave without any problems even though these letters are not the same? Thanks.

Dave for Model Number JES1451DN1WW


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Hi - All functions seem to work fine. But, does not heat the food.

Hans for Model Number JVM1870BF001


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I have all ready replaced the capacitor and diode for a "no heat, low buzzing sound" issue. the problem still exists. All the information I have read indicates that the transformer is the next most likely cause, the modulator should make more of a "gurgling" sound and is more durable than the parts all ready replaced. Am I on the right track? BTW, I also replaced the HV fuse...thank you for feedback!

Mitch for Model Number JVM1870BF02


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