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GreenestOne

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GreenestOne

I need a schematic for a GE microwave model # JVM1871SK03
Jul 05 2011 01:25 PM
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GreenestOne

Thanks. I am assuming when I have this thing opened CN1 terminal 3 will be obvious, with a wire attaching to a place on the chasis.
Apr 29 2011 08:27 AM
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appl.tech.29501GreenestOne

Based on the schematic that Master Reg. sent. If the unit is heating then the 15A fuse is good. If it goes then nothing will work. If the only things that aren't working are the interior light, fan, and turntable then u need to check for 120VAC to chassis ground on connector CN1 terminal #3. That powers the display. Then,with the unit running u should have 120V at CN1 # 1 to grnd. 0 V = bad board.
Apr 28 2011 03:51 PM
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GreenestOneappl.tech.29501

I looked at the schematic sent by Reg.Pat. Client said he heard a "snap", a flash of light and then there was no oven light, no fan, turntable stopped working. Could it be the primary switch, the short switch or even the 15 amp fuse? The magnetron is working, heating things in the oven.
Apr 28 2011 12:09 PM
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GreenestOne

The magnetron is working and heating contents in the microwave.
Apr 28 2011 11:33 AM
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GreenestOne

Thanks for sending the schematic for the Panasonic microwave. The client says he heard a "snap" and a flash, then no light, no fan, no turntable. Would it be the primary latch switch, the short switch or simply the 15 amp fuse? Or none of the above?
Apr 28 2011 11:32 AM

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