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Microwave turntable not turning

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Common solutions for: Microwave turntable not turning
Solution 1:
Turntable Motor
Use a multimeter to test the motor for continuity. If the turntable motor does not have continuity, replace it....
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Turntable Motor
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Solution 2:
Glass Tray Drive Coupling
If the microwave turntable is not turning the glass tray drive coupling could be broken or stripped out. Gently pull the coupling off the drive motor shaft to inspect the drive coupling for damage. ...
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Glass Tray Drive Coupling
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Solution 3:
Glass Tray Support
If the microwave turntable is not turning the glass tray support could be broken or stripped out. Gently pull the support off the drive motor shaft to inspect the tray support for damage. ...
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Glass Tray Support
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Solution 4:
User Control and Display Board
The user control and display board might be defective. However, the turntable motor is much more likely to be at fault. First, test the incoming power to the turntable motor. If the motor is not getti...ng power, the user control and display board may be defective. If the user control and display board is defective, replace it.
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo User Control and Display Board
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Solution 5:
Touchpad
The touchpad might be defective. However, the turntable motor is much more likely to be at fault. First, test the turntable motor. If the motor is not defective, it is possible that the touchpad is de...fective. To determine if the touchpad is defective, try pressing each of the buttons on the control panel. If some of the buttons respond correctly while others don’t, replace the touchpad.
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Touchpad
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Solution 6:
Touchpad and Control Panel
The touchpad and control panel might be defective. However, the turntable motor is much more likely to be at fault. First, test the turntable motor. If the motor is not defective, it is possible that ...the touchpad and control panel are defective. To determine if the touchpad and control panel are defective, try pressing each of the buttons on the control panel. If some of the buttons respond correctly while others don’t, replace the touchpad and control panel.
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Touchpad and Control Panel
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Solution 7:
Main Control Board
The main control might be defective. However, the turntable motor is much more likely to be at fault. First, check the incoming power to the turntable motor. If the turntable motor is not getting powe...r, the main control board may be at fault.
Required Part
Oven/Microwave Combo Main Control Board
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