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About this Product
Charcoal filter replacement for microwaves with behind the door grille
Easily install your new charcoal odor filter
GE’s WB02X10956 microwave charcoal filter is designed to replace soiled filers on most General Electric model microwaves beginning with JVM20.
Whether one is reheating chicken or making popcorn, preparing foods in the microwave often generates a great deal of grease, as well as odors. For this reason, most over-the-range microwaves come equipped with a filter that catches the fumes and grease
GE’s WB02X10956 microwave charcoal filter is designed to replace dirty and soiled filters on most General Electric model microwaves beginning with JVM20. This particular microwave charcoal filter is manufactured with the following approximate dimensions:
Length: 8 1/2 inches
Be sure to check your current filter to ensure that this model (WB02X10956) will fit properly in your microwave.
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|Part Type||Microwave Filters|
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|Approximate Shipping Weight||0.15
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Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Actual retail prices may vary by dealer. MSRP applies to the continental 48 United States and does not include such items as delivery, installation, installation accessories (i.e. range cords), or removal of old appliances. Consult your local authorized GE Appliance dealer for its prices.
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Warning: Risk of Fire or Explosion
This electrical component is a manufacturer-authorized service part to be used in refrigerator models with a flammable refrigerant, such as R600a. Using an unauthorized service part in a unit that uses a flammable refrigerant could lead to a risk of fire or explosion in your refrigerator.