Panasonic Microwave Turntable Motor for NNA873S

Stock Number: ES132365

Manufactured by Panasonic

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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 4.9 out of 5 (82 customers)
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    By - Surrey

    The product was easy to install and microwave now working as if it was new.
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    By - norfolk

    espare offer outstanding variety of parts and their 'is this compatible' section very useful but manufacturers cannot always be relied upon to keep the spec the same. If you are prepared risk 'if it walks like a duck,talks like a duck, it's a duck' mentality ring espare and check if a non compatible part really is if the illustrated part looks closely like the one you want. Carry on the excellent work espare.
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    It was easy to order as a result of the clear photograph of the product. It arrived within three working days and I fitted it in minutes (although some simple instructions wouldn't have come amiss particularly in relation to the electrical connectors that were very difficult to get off).

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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 Turntable motor - most likely cause? 1 Answer

    Hello My very old NN3800 has died. First the lamp blew. Then the internal fuse in the power supply blew (spectacularly). A new fuse met the same fate immediately when attempting to heat anything. The unit momentarily tried to start and then blew the fuse. So, if I spend £25 or so (new motor, bulb & fuse) and get this going I shall be very pleased but how likely is it that the turntable motor is the problem? Also, much of the foam that forms barriers, compartments and seals within the casing has disintegrated through age. Is this a problem? Any advice gratefully received. Thanks.

    By BarneyMcgrew - 26 February 2014

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      The turntable motor is unlikely to be the cause of your problem and if you take off the connections and measure with a meter you would be easily able to identify a short circuit. The fault is more likely to be one of the door switches stuck or a fault with the high voltage section. We suggest due to the extremely high and dangerous voltages in microwaves you do not attempt a repair in this area.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 February 2014

  • Q Can I be sure that the speed is 5/6 rpm as the original motor? 1 Answer

    By Michaelb - PR6 - 06 February 2014

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      This is the speed quoted on the label on this motor and as a mains synchronous motor it will fix to the supply frequency and keep this speed of 5 rpm on 50 hz supply and 6 rpm on 60 hz supply.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 February 2014

  • Q Advice on compatibility 1 Answer

    The turntable motor of my Sharp Carousel looks ALMOST identical to this one, with slightly different specifications and shorter metal drive shaft. [ 2.5 rpm / 2.5 watt - don't know what "FREE" means ] Should I take a chance it will be a suitable replacement; some others reporting here shortened the drive shaft to make it work ? On dismantling this motor it was easily apparent why/how it failed; liquid had made its way onto the very fine wire coil and burned it out. That seems to beg the question on why these motors are not made more waterproof ?

    By yonyin - Scottish Highlands - 30 January 2014

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      The motor should certainly do the job you require but the shaft length may prevent the drive 'hub' from sitting at the correct level and cause the turntable to be raised of the wheels. It may be possible to trim the motor shaft with a hacksaw. These motors cannot normally get water in unless large quantities of liquid is spilt or excess water when cleaning is allowed down the shaft.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 04 February 2014