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    Default Humidity Sensor

    My GE microwave (JVM1190BY 002) is displaying an F4 code whenever I try to use any of the sensor features. I understand that to correct the problem I need to replace the humidity sensor. However, when I call GE to order the part or check any of the online part sites, the humidity sensor is not listed. Does that sensor go by another name? Maybe flame or receptacle sensor?

    Thanks,
    --Brent

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    Hi,

    Humidity is a gas....maybe that is why GE sometimes calls it a gas sensor...

    Gas sensor

    jeff.
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    Jeff,

    Thank you for you help. Much appreciated.

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    Your welcome!

    jeff.
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