Depending on the cause of the problem, repairing a GE microwave may require performing a soft or hard reset, replacing the fuse, or replacing worn and broken parts. If simple fixes do not solve the problem, users should ... More »

To troubleshoot a microwave oven, first identify the specific problem affecting its performance. Common microwave oven problems include failure to turn on, failure of the turntable and sparking. Other problems include th... More »

If the microwave doesn't run at all, the power cord, fuses and door switch should be checked and replaced, if needed. If the unit needs to be disassembled for repair, it may be best to hire an expert as microwave capacit... More »

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To repair a GE microwave oven, reset the machine first, and replace the fuse if the soft or hard reset doesn’t work. Other troubleshooting procedures include checking for a tripped GFCI outlet, ensuring that the screws a... More »

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A GE microwave may not be heating because either the diode or magnetron tube has burnt out, one of the door switches is defective, the high voltage capacitor is defective or a fuse has blown out. Less common possibilitie... More »

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The location of fuses in a GE microwave oven differs from model to model, so a user needs a parts schematic for her specific microwave in order to locate the fuse or fuses in her machine. Parts schematics are available o... More »

Repairing a GE microwave begins with performing a soft reset followed by a hard reset. If the machine fails to work when the power is on, check if the fuse is intact. It is prudent to troubleshoot in order to know the so... More »