Applied Microwave Engineering
After many years, I finally got to do some real Microwave Engineering today. You see, the carousel on my Panasonic Genius Inverter Microwave had ceased working. On a hunch, I guessed it was the motor that had failed, so I unplugged the device and turned it upside down exposing an access panel. This required me to cut the slots exposing the old motor. It was a MULJ23ZA13 DOUBLE FLAT SHAFT Motor, so I ordered a new unit, and just installed it. It works perfectly, and cost less than $20. Simple! I guess I am really a Microwave Engineer now!