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Tco, Oven Cavity

Part Number: AP2023541
MFG Part Number: WB21X10046
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Microwave Fuse Or Sensor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB21X10046 (AP2023541) replaces 769674, AH235672, EA235672, PS235672.

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Will the GE TCO, oven cavity (part number AP2023541)cause the F1 code to come on during programed cooking if it is becoming faulty?

Tom for Model Number SCA2001BSS03


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I installed a new Advantium 120. The fan, light, timer all work but the microwave and speed cook are not working (the start/stop not responding). The door light/sign on the displaced panel is blinking. The unit was brought from the craigs list list and the door is sightly bent on the lower hinge and it is very tight closed. It may have been dropped. How do I fix the problem or what parts do I need to replace? Thanks

Stan for Model Number sca1000hcc03


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I just went to replace part # WB21X10046 and found out that one of the lugs was melted on to one side of the thermostat.My questions are as follows: Is this a special lug or can I just cut the wire and crimp on a new lug. It appears there is a white rectangular cover over it? Or....is there a replacement harness? It looks as if the harness has more than just the thermostat wires on it. Thanks!

Dan for Model Number GE Microwave jvm1490sd003


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The microwave was used with the rack in place. Now the convection does not heat above 150 degrees, although the panel says oven is ready no matter the temp setting. Is there a thermostat used only for the heating element that might have gone bad? The micro part still works correctly. Thank you.

Terry O for Model Number peb1590sm1ss


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The "TCO" sensor on the top of the cavity is open. I need a replacement part.

Bruce for Model Number wes1450dn1bb


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I had a small fire in my microwave a sweet potato. I found TCO CAVITY switch is open. I also saw something about a flame cavity switch sensor which I can't locate. My question is if this tco switch is bad will it stop the Microwave from coming on as I have removed it from the cabinets because the unit lost power but has 110 going to it Thanks Mike

Mike for Model Number JVM1870SF001


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