Panasonic Microwave Turntable Motor

Stock Number: ES132365

Manufactured by Panasonic

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (98 customers)

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Panasonic Microwaves


Get your food spinning right round, like a record, right round with this replacement synchronous motor from Panasonic.

Printed on the device is:

  • 220/240 V
  • 50/60 Hz
  • 4 W

Genuine spare part to fit select models of Panasonic microwaves. Please check the list of compatible appliances prior to purchase.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (98 customers)
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    By - Hampshire

    Easy to buy great service good product Thank you !!
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    By - Midlands

    Prompt dispatch of the replacement microwave turntable motor made repair in an efficient time despite the difficulty of fitting to this particular Panasonic microwave model.
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    By - West Wales

    It arrived in less than 24 hours and took about ten minutes to fit without any problems because I had researched it on 'you-tube' which had a most informative film. It would have been very expensive to replace my model of microwave and this part cost little plus postage - excellent!

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  • Q The plate covering the turntable motor is fixed all the way round and is actually joined to the back. The plate would be easy to get off by breaking the areas where it is sealed but how can I fix it back on again please? There are no screws. 2 Answers

    I have a Panasonic NN A574SB Quartz Grill Combi Microwave Oven Stainless Steel 271 1000W

    By Anonymous - Salisbury - 19 January 2012

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      The electrical shielding offered by this plate is critical to safety - mircowaves heat flesh as well as food, so know the risk before proceeding. Search YouTube which has plenty of guiding videos. The design is such that you need to snip the thin metal between the holes at the perimiter of the plate in order to remove it. It goes back rotated 180 degrees with tabs locating on one side and use a self-tapping screw on the other side.

      By Anonymous - 21 September 2013

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      I only broke 3/4 of the tabs and used the others as a hinge. refix by hinging down and bend tabs to hold in place. if not use some duct tape

      By Anonymous - Merseyside - 22 February 2012

  • Q Is this item compatible with all Panasonic Microwaves? And how easy is this to install? Thanks! 2 Answers

    By Lars - 28 July 2010

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      ia this motor with panasonic model nn-a574

      By kamlesh desai - uk - 21 November 2013

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      Don't know whether it is OK for all Panasonic's but would guess it probably is. Easy to install once you have worked out how.

      By Ro, - 08 June 2011

  • Q How do I remove motor from Panasonic NN-CD748B Microwave 1 Answer

    I have accessed the motor from the cover panel under the microwave. All seemed straight forward until I started to try and remove the screws that hold the motor in place. The screws turn and turn and turn but are not releasing the motor. Any suggestions?

    By John M - Preston, Lanc's UK - 21 January 2016

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      The screws are not the best quality and if over tightened when fitting will have probably stripped the thread on the cavity or screw. To remove use one screwdriver to apply pressure levering the motor away as you unscrew the screws. Once started the screws will often 'bite' and start to unscrew.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 January 2016

  • Q microwave is all operating but turntable not turning,have removed table motor and checked continuity across terminalsl with meter but get no reading,so assume motor at fault,although spindal will turn. 1 Answer

    By R Hayward-Crisp - waterlooville Hants - 18 October 2015

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      The motor has a high resistance and will not show if you are measuring on a low resistance range use the higher resistance ranges. It also has a high gear ratio drive so should be difficult to turn. Check the coupling to the turntable is not cracked allowing it to slip when driven, see our article: How to replace a turntable motor

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 October 2015

  • Q what kind of switch or connectors do i need to run a microwave motor from the mains? 1 Answer

    we are using this motor to power a small turntable in a display not in a microwave thank you

    By mike clark - lowestoft uk. - 18 May 2015

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      For a 'project' like this i would simply solder the wires directly onto the motor. The small 'spade terminals' may be difficult to obtain but you could try a car spares supplier.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 May 2015