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GE Spacemaker Over-the-Range Microwave Oven JVM1540DMBB


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  • 1.5 cu. ft. capacity - 950 watts (IEC-705 Test Procedure)
  • Sensor cooking controls - Automatically adjust time and power for exceptional cooking results
  • Auto and Time Defrost - Automatically defrosts for a specified amount of time
  • Turntable On/Off - Ideal for oversized, oblong-shaped dishes
  • Two-Speed, 300-CFM Venting System - Quickly removes smoke and steam from the cooktop
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Technical Details
Brand NameGeneral Electric
Model InfoJMV1540DMBB
Item Weight79.1 pounds
Product Dimensions15.2 x 29.9 x 16.4 inches
Item model numberJMV1540DMBB
Part Number JVM1740DMCC
ColorBeige
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB0011YN7NQ
Best Sellers Rank #8,565 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight62 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 28, 2007
  
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Spacemaker JVM1540DMBB Over-the-Range Microwave Oven with Recirculating Vent inBlack has15 cu ft capacity and950 watts IEC-705 test procedure Some of the features JVM1540 include Convenience Controls Auto Time Defrost a 2-speed 300 CFM Venting

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Keypad shorted and failed.
My Review for you.
The keypad is defective and there are numerous reports from other consumers of the same problem on other websites and appliance forums.
Maryland Shopper
Then whatever parts and labor will cost.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By reviewer on June 17, 2013
I bought a slightly older model of this: JVM1540DN1WW. The product is only 2 years old. The touch panel wigged out. GE is planning on charging me $90 just to send a tech out to see the problem. Then whatever parts and labor will cost.

So, I tinkered with it a little bit. The problem is most likely the control panel assembly. The part on the GE site is $177 and the cheapest I found it is $130. Can you explain to me while a single part can cost 1/2 of what the original appliance cost?

Let's add it up:
GE service visit: $90
GE part: $177
GE labor: unknown

Total: at least $300 to fix a microwave that costs $260?????

Stay away from GE. I was a fan of their products until this experience.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Maryland Shopper on February 28, 2013
This microwave starting turning on and off by itself a month after it was out of warranty. Seriously - while sitting in the family room, the microwave turned on by itself, lights and everything and started running. GE was nice enough to send a tech out to repair the problem for free even though it was out of warranty, but the problem returned within a month of getting a new keypad. The keypad is defective and there are numerous reports from other consumers of the same problem on other websites and appliance forums. GE is now sending a brand new oven to us for just the cost of the shipping. The tech said the keypad is not properly insulated from the heat and steam from the stovetop and this is a common repair item. It's designed to be used over the stove, so GE needs to do something different to protect the inner workings of the keypad. We're giving it another shot in case it was just a bad batch of keypads and because GE was nice enough to try to accomodate an out of warranty item. It took a lot of phone calls though. You have to call Consumer Relations and ask for an accomodation because the regular Customer Service people aren't able to make an exception. Also - you are required to peel off the SN sticker from the inside of the oven and cut the power cord and send it back to prove that the item is really "dead" BEFORE they will send you the new one. That really left a bad taste in my mouth to have to prove the item was disabled after what we have been through. Definitely don't buy this model.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Motil on June 2, 2013
Unsafe and defective machine. Purchased new from local appliance shop. Installed by a professional HVAC tech. Less than 2 years later, it now comes on by itself. Apparently there is a manufacturers defect with the keypad electronics. I won't spend as much as this cost new to fix. GE knows about this problem. Numerous complaints, will not recall these units. Buy something else. For an over range mounted microwave, I want more than 2 years of functionality.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Josh on January 25, 2014
I moved into a home with this microwave that had been installed when it was built in 2006. When we moved in the microwave heating element was NOT working. But the hood was, so we kept it for using the range hood and timer purposes.
This morning, I used the hood while making breakfast. After use, I turned it off, wiped everything down as usual, and went about my day. Two hours later I heard a strange hum and clicking sound. I came into the kitchen to find the microwave had started itself, with a time for what I think was a minute, and was on fire! The heating element had never worked in the 2 years we have been in this house, so I am not sure as to why it would work now. That is until I "googled" it. Apparently, this microwave has a faulty circuit board that often malfunctions. It usually does not happen for a few years, but it happens often. GE does not take care of the issue either. In every case I read, they offered to send maintenance service to check it out at a very high cost. Read review else where before buying.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Freking on June 24, 2014
Have the same problem as every one else, starts on its own. Have owned other GE products before and was not happy with them either. There number should be GE does not care.
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