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Help with GE Microwave: JHP69G0J1AD

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I have this ancient beast from 1987 and I'm having a real tough time trying to find any tech schematics or service manuals. It just went up and died on me one day - no lights or anything from the microwave. The main fuse was blown, so I replaced that. Now I have the control panel back online, but the magnatron and its fan don't fire up when the cooking sequence starts. I can hear the relay click...then nothing but the panel counting down thinking it's working.

This is a GE SpaceSaver / SpaceMaker (label has worn off) combination range and microwave. The range functions perfectly.

I got nothing from the FCC or UL databases.


Here is all the info I have on the unit:

Manufactured February 1987

Model: J HP69G 0J1AD. * That could be OJ1AD


UL Listed 368G, File No. E23718

Power: 13.2KW on 120/240v, 10.2 on 120/208v

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Vance R

Open the cabinet there maybe a wiring diagram inside. If possible post a picture of diagram to help you.

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