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Thermostat

Part Number: AP2026102
MFG Part Number: WB27X10194
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 WB27X10194 (AP2026102) replaces 769936, AH239318, EA239318, PS239318, WB27X10168.

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Micro works fine, but convection oven only heats to a low temp. Any suggestions? Thanks

Randy M for Model Number GE JVM1490SH 01

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Hi,,,,,In October of 2012 we lost our power due to Hurricane Sandy for 14 days. Before this period, our GE Space maker 1800 over the range microwave was working just fine for several years. Because we lost power, we needed to keep warm on our home and would heat the home by boiling water on the range. When power was restored, all of my appliances came on without a glitch except my microwave. I'm finally getting to this after a year of hell. I have checked online and it seems that a thermostat, may be the problem. I did check the continuity of a few, and part # wb27x10194 may be the problem. It is not showing continuity. Can this be my problem, or can it be a larger problem like a power surge to the microwave. Please help!!!!! Thanks, Frank

Frank for Model Number JVM1860SD-002 GE Microwave

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Microwave quit heating and was making a load buzzing sound. Replaced the capacitor and magnetron. Now sounds normal but still not heating. Checked the diode and it is OK. Any idea what is wrong? Thermostat? Is there a way to check it?

Rick for Model Number zmc1095sf03

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Had a bad thermoprotector wb27x10194. Replaced it and the oven immediately blew the new one. What could be the cause? Thanks for any help.

Donald

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I own over-range microwave oven. Model is PVM1870SM3SS. It quit heating. I checked all fuses, four thermal fuses and cutoffs. Fuses are closed, three thermal are closed and the hood thermostat is open at room temp and closed at very high temperature. Three door switches were intact. The top is open, the middle one is closed, and the very bottom one is open. Door closes tightly. I replaced magnetron and diode. The original ones were also good. The high voltage capacitor I measured only with Ohm meter and it showed some spikes of resistance. Everything works but heating. When I bypass the hood thermostat and simply connect the wires, it heats water just fine. Of course, the vent fan turns on and works continuously. My assumption that the HV capacitor and magnetron work just fine was based on the fact that it does heat food when the wires are together without the thermostat in place. The smart board is the only thing I have not checked. Any thoughts or suggestions on what might be wrong with the microwave? I also replaced the hood thermostat and it still does not heat unless I bypass it (for testing purposes only). I have exhausted my knowledge. Please help.

Yaro for Model Number PVM1870SM3SS

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