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Microwave Fuse WB27X11138

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Part #WB27X11138

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Part Information

This fuse (part number WB27X11138) is for microwaves.

Fuse WB27X11138 protects the microwave from damage by shutting off the microwave if there's a power surge.

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.

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Reviews

1-4 of 4 reviews
R. HEATH
Erie,Pa.Reviews 1Votes 0
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• 1 year ago
R. HEATH• 1 year ago
Microwave fuse

Easy repair. The part was quite expensive,but saved the cost of service call. Hopefully it will last for the life of the microwave.

Oldserviceguy
Southern CaliforniaReviews 1Votes 1
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• 3 years ago
Oldserviceguy• 3 years ago
Great service

Fuse blew, I replaced with this part even though still under warranty. Fuse immediately blew again. I knew this would probably happen but wanted to get it going as fast as possible. Now awaiting GE Service to arrive to figure out why fuse is blowing

Jack9999
Conway NHReviews 1Votes 1
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• 3 years ago
Jack9999• 3 years ago
Easy to install

Very easy took about 20 mins, fuse blew again after a couple of days. Now waiting for a service guy from Sears to take a look.

Steamboat
Steamboat Springs ColoradoReviews 1Votes 2
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• 2 years ago
Steamboat• 2 years ago
Easy to install

It was not a difficult job, but why have a fuse that cannot be replaced without removing the microwave from it's wall mount and stripping the cover off. What's more, GE purposely chose a screw that is special for 5 screws on the cover, that can not be removed unless you drill down the center of the screw which has a small pointed center piece, which will not let a standard removal tool fit until you drill it away. They must have done this to discourage people from doing this simple repair,and get hit up for a service call. What's more, order a 11/4 x 1/4 or 6x30mm 20 amp fuse on the internet for about $7 for five, rather than be taken for close to $20 from the dealer.

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