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Thermostat-160/60

Part Number: AP2026071
MFG Part Number: WB27X10166
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 and Range / Cooktop / Oven Fuse Or Sensor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB27X10166 (AP2026071) replaces 769912, AH239287, EA239287, PS239287.

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Hi, I have a G.E. microwave model JVM1728WMC02 that appears to be completely dead (no LCD, control panel, lights, or operation). I did some basic continuity tests and found that the thermal fuse #WB27X10194 is open. I have 2 questions. First, should this fuse be in the open position, or has the fuse failed? And second, would the failed fuse cause the microwave to fail in the way described above? Thanks for any advice you can provide.

Jeff for Model Number jvm1728wmc02

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Oven starts and plate rototates but does not heat. I trouble shoot to find that the thermostat is probably bad. how do I get into to fix.do I have to pull out of mounting? What is center top of oven plate that says twist to remove? Can I access here?

Rocco for Model Number JVM1970SK03

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Everything works fine but will not heat, less than 3 years old with only two of us in household. would it be a blown thermal cutout or what else should I check . thanks

Ed R for Model Number dvm 1850 dm4bb

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This is part 2 of my trobleshoot and fix and a shoe string budget. I changed out the magnetron thermal switch and tested the microwave. It works properly but the magnetron fan continues to run after the timed cycle has completed. Do I need to completely disconnect the unit and allow for some type of internal reset?

Steve for Model Number JKP90S P3SS

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I have a GE microwave / oven and the power went out on the microwave. I changed the fuse and checked the thermal switches and found one that showed no ohms. I jumped the thermal switch and the power was restored. Next, I removed the jumper and did not connect the thermal switch, flipped the breaker power came back returned to the microwave. I reconnected the thermal switch and restored power, everything seems to be working properly. Any other suggestions or I am chasing gremlins.

Steve for Model Number JKP90SP3SS

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My microwave is dead no power at all.I have power coming in,but no lights,fans,display nothing.I checked the fuse and door switches and they are ok.I checked the hood tco,bottom tco,and cavity tco.They are fine.I did not check the magnetron tco.My question is, would the magnetron tco cause my microwave to go dead or can it be the smartboard.If it can be the magnetron tco that is the problem how do I get to it?

Chris for Model Number JVM3660CD001

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