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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2007 01:53 pm
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hogfarmer
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I need a new turntable motor for my Sharp microwave. Here is the specs on the one that is installed.

SM16 FY26M2H3 p/n RMOTDA252WRZZ, superceded by RMOTDA264WRZZ
120V, 60Hz, 3 RPM, 2.1W

I've found an exact p/n replacement for $26, but there is one on ebay that has similar specs at just $10. Here are the details.

ST16 KX63MPAQ p/n RMOTDA211WREO
120V, 60Hz, 3 RPM, 2 W

My thinking is as long as the shaft matches up with my turntable and the wattage is at or less than the original, then I should be okay right?

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 Posted: Fri Nov 16th, 2007 03:10 pm
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Yep ,I would think that would be just fine- $16 buys alotta beer....;)



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Thanks, I'm heading up to my local appliance center and look at their microwave boneyard to see if I can find a similar motor.  If not, then I'll get the one on ebay for $10.

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