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Based on what I've been able to determine with the schematic/troubleshooting tree, the high voltage capacitor on my combo microwave and conventional oven wall unit has shorted to case.

The one in it is a GE 0.9uf 2300 VAC. The closest I can find on line is a 1.05 uf 2300 VAC. Will this work?

Thanks for your responce.
 

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Yes, That will work. You can go over spec but never under and that cap is not that far over anyhow as long as you're not getting your micros, nanos and picos mixed up, lol.
 

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Cub, Thats whats on label. I'm suprised how few outlets there are for high voltage capacitors like what used in mine. I never found a 0.9uf one at 2300vac. Would like to use the exact but not seeing one. It originally was a GE 23l1018r
 

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That's a can type - sort-of oval with both connections at one end?

http://www.electronix.com/microwave-oven-capacitor-2500v-90uf-p-11079.html
Its like the one you have pictured. I found one @ repairclinic.com thats 0.91uf 2300vac. That close as I can get it. Its GE brand which probably means its new old stock.

https://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?PartID=832483&PPStack=1


I had already ordered the other one. Whichever comes in first I'm going to install. My wifes going thru withdrawals without Microwave. I'm not too happy without one either.
 
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