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General Electric's WB49X10097 glass cooking tray for microwaves is built to replace broken or soiled plates in many GE microwaves.
Glass cooking trays for microwaves allow foods to be cooked thoroughly. These uniquely designed plates have ridges along the inner circumference as well as a slotted center, both of which allow the tray to be securely fastened to microwave's turntable tray
The result of these two elements working together is a mobile surface that evenly distributes microwave energy throughout the food being cooked.
GE's WB39X10003 microwave glass cooking tray is designed to replace cracked, broken or worn plates and has overall diameter of approximately 12 1/2 inches
Glass cooking trays designed primarily for microwaves are manufactured with slots that allow the dish to sit securely on the track found at bottom of the appliance.
GE's WB39X10003 microwave glass cooking tray is designed to replace cracked, broken or worn plates. This tray has an overall diameter of approximately 12 1/2 inches and an outside turntable track diameter where the wheels fit of 10 1/4 inches.
The WB39X10003 microwave glass cooking tray will fit in most GE appliances beginning with the following model numbers:
GE's microwave halogen lamp (model #: WB25X10019) is a 120 volt - 20 watt bulb designed to replace burned out microwave bulbs.
Microwaves may be one of the most utilized of kitchen appliances. With the pressing of a few buttons, virtually any type of food can be heated within minutes, if not seconds.
Although microwaves have numerous working parts, one of the more overlooked aspects of the appliance is the light that enables you to see the food while the microwave is in action (not to be confused with the light that heats the food).
While this may seem like a relatively unimportant element, it is quite critical to ensuring that food is cooked thoroughly and without a mess, as anyone who has had soup or pasta sauce boil over in their microwave would agree with.