I pulled an old microwave out of the storage shed to put up for sale at a garage sale and discovered that after storing it for 3 years and moving it twice that it no longer worked. I took it apart to see what was inside and discovered the little motor that rotates the food dish is a cute little 120 volt geared motor. It had 3 wires coming off of it, 2 together and one by itself. I cut the spare off and wired on the power cord that I had harvested from the microwave and Tada, I have a neat little prop motor that only rotate at 3 rpm. Don't know what to use it for yet. I let it run for 3 hours and it and the wires barely warmed up so I believe it to be safe. Never throw anything away right! I saved the device that holds the plate and engages the output shaft as it has an odd fitting to it and will be necessary to use it for whatever prop.