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Thread: JVM1740DM1WW light and fan stay on when door closed even when not in use

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    Default JVM1740DM1WW light and fan stay on when door closed even when not in use

    Model Number: JVM1740DM1WW
    Brand: GE
    Age: More than 10 years

    The fan and light stay on when the door is closed even when not using the microwave. Have to unplug it each time or leave the door open. Tested all three door switches with a multimeter and they all have continuity. The door switches don't seem to be the problem. Now what? What else could be keeping the fan and light to stay on all the time when door is closed. Any help is appreciated. thanks.

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    If the interlock switches test good the main board is bad:
    Main Control Board WB27X10934
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