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Part Number: AP2026103
MFG Part Number: WB27X10195
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 WB27X10195 (AP2026103) replaces 769937, AH239319, EA239319, PS239319, WB20X0141, WB20X0171, WB20X141, WB20X171, WB27X10665, WB27X10670.

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RE: Hotpoint rvm1535dmww The mw completely died. No display - no beeps - no nothing. Outlet is fine. I temporarily bypassed the "first" TCO (i.e. the one that comes right off the line power source), and the unit came back to life - so I know the TCO needs to be replaced. I've search everywhere and can't tell whether this one is WB27X10194 or WB27X10195. I've looked high and low, and can't find technical specs for either of these part numbers, so I can't tell which is the one I need to order. Do you know/have specs for each of these (WB27X10194 and WB27X10195) so I can figure out which one I need to order ? Thanks !

John for Model Number RVM1535DM2WW

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The key panel sound like is works, but the lights and fan did not come on. Everything else work well. It happen when I was changing the light bulb, did an explosion. I change the light bulb connector and have new bulb, stil not working. thanks

Nancy for Model Number JVM1440WH01

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I heard an intermittent sound one day, there's power but the clock button is not responding. I unplugged it and plugged it back in it says press clock but still not responding. I tried other buttons such as express heat and it responds, but then after trying to press different buttons it says shorted keypad. I tried unplugging it and plugged it back in. There's power but no keypad are responding. Any suggestions?Any parts that need to replaced? Thanks

Jonathan B. for Model Number 2007 ge microwave jvm1740dm1bb

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I have a GE model JVM1860SF001. My wife said our power surged this week and she had to reset several breakers to the kitchen outlets. The microwave is completely dead (no display, no lights, no fan), and I tried different household outlets just to be sure it was getting power. Both 20 amp fuses ("main" and "HVT") showed closed, I bought new ones just to be sure and still nothing. Checked the three thermostats; the one immediately behind the key pad was closed, the one just 3" aft of that showed open, and the third one located above the power supply was also closed. The thermostat is "NT101 KIE", and all three are the same part number. Should this second thermostat be reading closed, and if so, does power applied to this thermostat open it by a switch? If replacing this thermostat doesn't fix the issue, I'm out of my league and will have to take it to a professional. Many thanks in advance!

Derek M for Model Number JVM1860SF001

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I own a GE Microwave Model JVM1441BD003. The entire unit died when I closed the door after placing something inside for heating. No lights, nothing. Checked power to the unit and it's good. I checked the 20 amp fuse behind the top grill and found that it was open. I shorted the fuse terminal, plugged in the power cord and front display turned on along with inside light. Now, I unplugged the unit and went on to test the two thermostats easily accessible behind the key pad. The one on the left read closed, but other one on the wall towards the bottom right shows open. The part which is open has "NT101 and KIE " stamped on it between the two prongs and it looks like part# WB27X10195. Is it supposed to be normally open? Do I have the correct part# (WB27X10195)? I want to order this part only if it is bad. Please help.

Andy for Model Number GE Microwave Model JVM1441BD003

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HI Team - Just got some good help from your chat agent "Chenoa C," so kudos there...hopefully I have a good part on the way and will have a working Microwave again soon. Here's my question: when looking for the TCO's, what is considered the "Hood" TCO vs. a Cavity TCO??? Here's why I ask - I believe the one that popped on me is the cavity TCO which on my GE Profile JVM3670SK04 shows as part number WB27X10810. The "bad" one was open at room temp, and when I shorted the circuit during troubleshooting, the m.w. oven came right back on. So I would assume this part should be normally closed. But the unit you shipped me (in a bag labelled wb27x10810) did the exact opposite. It is "open" at room temp, and when held over a gas flame would *snap* closed. Remove heat and wait, and it would *snap* back open again. Exactly the opposite of what I need! Is this the way this part ~should~ behave? Or did I get one in an incorrect bag? Thanks,

Eric H for Model Number JVM3670SK04

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