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Motor Assy-Turntable

Part Number: AP3183636
MFG Part Number: WB26X10099
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Microwave Motor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB26X10099 (AP3183636) replaces 911074, AH237829, EA237829, PS237829.

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The turn table in my ge advantium oven was not turning during operation Donn D. • Apex, NC • April 19, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Counter Top Microwave SCA1000DWW03

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I just replaced my motor on the microwave and when I did a check of its operation, it started and worked fine, but after 30 seconds the motor got very hot to touch (I didn't replace the bottom cover so I could see & feel the motor) it made a pop noise,and I could smell the electrical fumes of the motor. Needless to say it quit and would not work again. I checked my wires electrical output, and it reads 117 a/c volts to the motor when I start the microwave. What could have caused the motor to pop and burn out?

Steve for Model Number ge microwave model number jvm1490sh 01


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The turntable in our GE Avantium microwave has developed a noticeable "jerky" mode of rotation. Nothing in the interior of the unit is responsible -- everything is clean. I am concerned the motor may seize up and stop rotating. It appears I need, or soon will need, a new turntable motor assembly to restore normal operation. Questions: Can I replace the assembly by taking off the bottom cover on this over-the-range microwave or must the unit be taken down first? Other than the bottom cover, attached by screws around its perimeter, is any further unit or case disassembly required before the motor assembly can be accessed and removed? I would like to avoid a GE service call if possible. They are costly and if parts are not brought during the first service visit the costs rise still more if a return visit is needed.

Robert M. for Model Number SCA1000HCC02


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