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    • Part Number: AP2025998
    • MFG Part Number: WB27X10089
    • Made by: GE
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When I turned on the microwave, does a loud hummin/vibrating sound. Dunno what it is but been reading about this problem and it could be a diode, capcacitor or magnetron, please correct me if I'm wrong. How do I know which one and can I replace this myself if they are the diode, capacitor or magnetron?

Rolly for Model Number ZMC1095SF02

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Last week the microwave was working fine with the exception of the turntable spinning intermittently. After a few days of non-use, I opened the door to the microwave and heard a buzzing sound. It use to be silent. The light inside of the microwave was dimmer as well. Also when pressing a button on the control panel it makes a buzzing sound instead of the normal beep. Are these simple or costly parts in need of repair? Or should I just look to purchase a new microwave. I have had the microwave since 2003. Thanks.

Kristal for Model Number GE Spacemaker XL1800 Microwave

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The megaton tube is out and I need to replace which part model has a longer life I was told that toschbia was a good product and do you Carry it or idea where I can find it. Not looking to break the bank I also have a replacement part number of 10Qbp0230 thanks

Vinniel for Model Number Jeb1095SB 001

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I have a GE Profile Spacemaker II Sensor with Model number JEM31GA 002 that died. Same problem as others have indicated in that it has a Burnt smell and does not heat items when turned on. I would like to replace it with something that has the exact measurements since it is top mounted under one of my kitchen cabinets. Is there a cross reference when purchasing a replacement or do you have a specific recommendation???

Daniel S for Model Number JEM31GA 002

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Can I replace the 2m248j magnetron with 2m246

Namir for Model Number JE1860

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This is a GE Profile, built-in microwave. Everything works except that when we turned it on last night, it made much more noise than usual, almost like the normal sound of it kicking on, but louder and a bit rougher. I placed a cup of water in for a minute and it did not heat at all, lending credence to my first thought, bad magnetron. I can fix anything, and I have the unit out of the wall and can see, easily, how to remove and reinstall a magnetron. The question is, is it simply the magnetron or when they go bad, is it usually because of some other failure (e.g., capacitor, control board, fuse, etc.)? A replacement magnetron is much cheaper than a new unit (plus frame kit!). Thanks.

Automall for Model Number JEB1055BB 001

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We often get error messages with random letters and numbers. This seems to happen most often if we open door after timer goes off but don't wait until it has finished beeping, etc. We shut the circuit breaker off and then on and it resets but it is happening more and more. It's 12 years old. Any idea what is wromng with it?

Tom for Model Number JEM31SA 001 GE Spacemaker Microwave

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My microwave made a spark like sound and died. I replaced the fuse, tested it, and it did it again. After read it I see that could it be the micro switch, cavity thermostat or magnetron? Does this sound right? Also will it make sense to fix since it's at least 12 yrs old?

Smachleal for Model Number ge zmc1095bf

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I think the Magnetron is dead. When I turn it on, after 4 secs the audible alarm comes on and stays on until I hit clear. Is this because of the magnetron or something else?

Tom for Model Number ZMC1095SF03

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