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Transformer

Part Number: AP2021482
MFG Part Number: WB17X10002
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range Hood Transformer.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB17X10002 (AP2021482) replaces 245820, AH232575, EA232575, PS232575.

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The lights were getting brighter and dimmer on my GE ZV850SB1SS range hood. I figured the transformer was acting up and needed replacement. A little while later I smelled burning plastic. I traced it to the range hood. Turned off the breaker going to the hood. Removed the screens and I see the 12v side of the transformer has melted where the brown wire attaches. Lights never went off. Fuse never blew. Good thing I was home. Replaced the transformer and everything works fine, lights, fan, fan speed, dimmer. However, the transformer is getting REAL hot. I mean so hot you would receive a burn if you held it in your hand. This heat is present with and without the lights being on. In otherwords, it's always hot and never cools off. Needless to say I am concerned after seeing what happened before. I turn the breaker off when I'm not in the kitchen. So, my question is: How HOT is a this transformer supposed to get? And, if my transformer IS too hot, what's wrong? It's brand new and everything works. TRIAC problem? Control Board?

John for Model Number ZV850SB1SS

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Lights and fan will not work. There is power to the unit and the fuse is not blown.. What is the most likely cause and how do I test before I buy parts?

D for Model Number ZV750SY3SS

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The morning after a storm I noticed that the vent hood was not working. I checked the house circuit breakers and the fuse on the hood and looked for any burn marks or damage to the computer board and all where ok. There is power coming into the hood. I also noticed that even a week after the storm, the transformer was very warm to the touch. What do you think is wrong? Thank You

Steve for Model Number ge monogram vent hood model # zv750sy

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I had an electrician confirm that the WB17X10002 Transformer went out on my GE Monogram Vent Hood. I saw one of your answers to not use higher than a 20 watt bulb. I realized the last 2 bulbs I replaced were 50 watt. Would this cause the transformer to go out? Our hood is 6 years old. Thanks.

Beverly

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My hood stopped working and when I opened it up the transformer was hot on your previous post you stated their are two fuses by the control panel ,where exactly is the control panel and the subsequent fuses ? Is there an illustrated "exploded view that I could reference for this Hood .,?

David Johnson for Model Number Zv850s

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All lights and fan went off, however there was still electricity and the transformer was very hot. What should I do?

Joseph F for Model Number ZV850SB -- GE Monogram 36" Stainless Steel Island Vent Hood

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