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    • Part Number: AP3203483
    • MFG Part Number: WB24X10115
    • Made by: GE
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We have a GE Profile Downdraft Vent that uses this switch membrane. The switch stopped working. While I can replace it with this switch, I have read that these have a tendency to fail. Is there a reason that I cannot replace this switch with something else? Looking at this one as an example - http://www.allelectronics.com/make-a-store/item/mpb-136/tactile-pushbutton-switch-surface-mount/1.html. It is rated for 50mA @ 12 Vdc. Any idea what the switch I get should be rated for? If not, I could check with a multimeter. Thanks!

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The fan began acting erratically today. I accidentally touched the switch and the fan rose like it was suppose to; however, when I want to put it down it wouldn't go down. Then, when I wasn't touching anything, the fan starting going up and down. It stopped in the down position, and not it will not do anything! No sound, No movement, No anything. Suggestions?

Eddie C. for Model Number JVB37H1BB

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When pressing the raise/lower switch on my JVB98HSS I get no response whatsoever. No sound, no movement, no nothing. The vent is in the down position. I put a multimeter on the outlet and there is full power. I disconnected the Switch Membrane from the Lead Wire Jumper and the Lead Wire Jumper indicates power. What are my resolution options? Could the problem be the Switch Membrane? Please advise.

Darnell A. for Model Number JVB98H1SS

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When pressing the raise/lower switch on my JVB98HSS I get no response whatsoever. No sound, no movement, no nothing. The vent is in the down position. I put a multimeter on the outlet and there is full power. I disconnected the Switch Membrane from the Lead Wire Jumper and the Lead Wire Jumper indicates power. What are my resolution options? Could the problem be the Switch Membrane? Please advise.

Darnell for Model Number JVB98H1SS

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Hello. I bought this part #WB24X10114 to replace a switch that went bad, but the old switch did not have the same plug as on this one. In fact, I did not see any plug only wires attached to the switch that ran down into the cavity. Unless the plug for the switch is way down in the cavity? In that case, the short wire on the new switch will never reach. Do you have any suggestions? Can I buy a female plug for the new switch?

Bobr for Model Number JVB37A3WW

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I replaced the switch membrane because it shorted out when I spilled water on the counter top. the switch membrane plastic casing wore out and the water touched the bare wire. The new switch will not operate the lift. There is power at the outlet. I am wondering if another part went bad when the water caused a short circuit. Scott

Scott for Model Number JVB67H1BB

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We have a 36 inch GE Model ZVB36SH1SS. When lowering the unit it got stuck on a box. I removed the box and the vent slammed down and now the motor just keeps running like it is trying to lower it. The fan isn't blowing but you have to unplug the unit to keep the motor from running. The unit won't budge when trying to lift it up as it seems jammed. Any suggestions? Thanks, KB

Kb for Model Number ZVB36SH1SS

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My GE telescoping downdraft is stuck in the UP position. The fan still works. I'm not really sure where to start. Any suggestions?

Dean L. for Model Number Jvb37h1bb

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My downdraft fan will not raise or lower. Assuming it is the switch. How can I check this? If the touch pad...do you have instructions to install?

Blake for Model Number WB24X10115

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I pryed off the decorative trim and unplugged the switch. The female end of the switch plug is down about 3 or 4 inches and the access way is only about an inch square. The female end is not fixed so it must be held in place while plugging in the male end of the new switch. It seems like a couple pairs of long needle nose pliers is the only way, but with only a square inch access area, it is crowded and not possible to see. Is there a trick to plugging in this new switch? Thanks, Mike

Mike for Model Number ge profile downdraft jvb37h1bb

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