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Part #5304464113

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Part Information

This turntable motor (part number 5304464113) is for microwaves.

Turntable motor 5304464113 rotates the glass tray inside the microwave oven.

Because high-voltage capacitors in a microwave can retain a lethal electrical charge even when the microwave is unplugged, a service technician should install this part.

Reviews

KenP
PhoenixReviews 1Votes 0
• 3 years ago
KenP• 3 years ago
Plug-n-play

2 min removing a hand full of sheet metal screws just like in all the videos (thank you all who posted videos!). Unplug old motor. Remove 1 motor mount screw. Remove motor. Reverse steps and done. Sorry, didn't time the process. Doing so would have doubled the installation time.

This is definitely a diy fix.

Gary
Kearney, NeReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
Gary• 3 years ago
Easy to install

Was a 30 minute job. Easy to install with video tutioral

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
sm • 3 years ago

Hello. We are so glad to hear you had a positive experience with Sears!! We greatly appreciate your feedback. Thank you for choosing Sears!

My nick name
Cedar City UTReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
My nick name• 4 years ago
I fixed it in only a few minutes

I changed the turn table motor on my microwave and it worked after. It was a piece of cake to do.

Mark Double U
Lincoln City OREGONReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
Mark Double U• 4 years ago
Finally got it fixed and it was easy

Repair was as described, 10 screws, unscrew motor , disconnection plug, replace motor, plugin and reattach plate. Took me almost as long to do this review as it took to do the actual repair.

Filligumbo
Hager City, WIReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
Filligumbo• 4 years ago
Replacing the Turntable Motor on my Kenmore

It was a piece of cake...Unplugged the power cord, removed the half dozen or so screws to lower the bottom panel of the microwave, unplugged the bad motor & removed the one screw holding it in. Put the new motor in with the one screw, plugged it in, and screwed the bottom panel back in place, plugged the power back in and back in business...

lamar
freeport, ilReviews 1Votes 1
• 5 years ago
lamar• 5 years ago
easy to install

I had previewed installing motor on Utube before i ordered. Took only 15 minutes, very easy.