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Turntable Motor

Part Number: AP2024962
MFG Part Number: WB26X10038
Made by: GE
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Made by GE. This microwave turntable motor comes with a D shaped shaft and is usually located under the turntable. For a square shaped shaft stirrer motor order WB26X10037.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Microwave Motor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB26X10038 (AP2024962) replaces 769741, AH237772, EA237772, PS237772.

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Microwave turntable not working Michael B. • Wake Forest, NC • June 24, 2014

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The turntable motor and coupler were broken Kathy W. • Lansdale, PA • October 27, 2014

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Turntable not turning and a grinding noise when it ran Bruce L. • Waynesville, NC • August 19, 2014

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How to Replace Turntable Motor #WB26X10038

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Turntable Motor #WB26X10038 for Microwave made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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My turntable stopped turning, but the microwave works fine other than that. What's the most common cause, turntable motor? How do I get access the turntable motor? Are there instructions somewhere or would I be better off replacing the entire unit? Thanks

Tony for Model Number GE JVM1661SB 003

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The turntable on my almost 10 year old microwave only works if I'm cooking something light. If I try to cook anything heavier, like something in a 2-QT casserole dish then the turntable won't turn and sometimes makes a grinding or clicking noise. As mentioned, the microwave is almost 10 years old, if it is the turntable motor is that something that I can replace myself? Would a new microwave be more energy efficient than my 10 year old microwave? If I can fix it myself that would be great, but if this microwave is wasting money and energy I wouldn't be opposed to replacing it. Thank you.

Chuck for Model Number JVM1851WD001

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I just ordered a new turntable motor from APP but I'm wondering if it's ok to still use the microwave until it's replaced. The MW works well, but the motor makes a grinding noise.

Tampakaren for Model Number JVM1410BC001

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New turntable motor got hot right away stopped working. Could this be an electrical problem?

George R

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Our microwave works but the rotation device no longer turns the place around. I think I need the motor but apparently there is a round replacement and a square one. I called your company and was told I would have to take the entire microwave off of the wall as it is mounted. However, I have read where others have said it is a very easy 5 minute fix. My question is how do I get to the motor to see which one I need and to replace it? Thank you.

Linda for Model Number HDM1853BJ02

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Our microwave stopped working. Since the model is 10 years old - would it not be better to buy a new one than try and get the old one repaired? How much would a new one cost - including installation?

Shirley for Model Number JVM1870SFCO2

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