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JEM25DMBB%2DSpacemaker II Series%2DCountertop Microwave Oven %2D Black

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  • 1.0 cu. ft. capacity - 800 Watts (IEC-705 test procedure)
  • Convenience Controls - Allow cooking and reheating at the touch of a button
  • Optional trim kit - Offers a built-in appearance of a countertop model
  • Optional Hanging Kit (Part No JXA019K) - Allows quick, easy undercabinet installation
  • Auto and Time Defrost - Automatically defrosts for a specified amount of time

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 23.8 x 11.2 inches ; 29 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 32.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B0011YHIJK
  • Item model number: JEM25DMBB
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,183 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

1%2E0 cu%2E ft%2E Countertop Microwave Oven with 800 Watts%2C 10 Power Levels%2C Convenience Cooking%2C Glass Turntable%2C Optional Built%2Din Trim Kit and Optional Hanging Kit%3A Black

Customer Reviews

It was impossible to cut such hole without damaging the front of the cabinet.
Average Consumer
Just found out there is a class action suit against GE for continuing to market faulty microwaves even though they know there is a fire risk with their components.
Gumbogrrl
Unless you can afford to treat these as disposable items (I unfortunately have to) then I'd suggest you look elsewhere.
Prophyry

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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Comdet TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 19, 2011
I bought my first Spacesaver microwave when I was remodeling my kitchen and wanted something usable but unobtrusive. Alas, after 12 years, the microwave bit the dust. I wanted to get something that would fit where the old one was, and it turns out that GE has a lock on that market - could not find any other microwave that would fit into a 24 inch wide, 13 inch high cubby.

GE makes two versions of the Spacemaker microwave. The JEM25 line (this one) is the more basic model. It offers a fair amount of features, including several that were lacking in my original, such as a turntable. Wattage is 800. Love the one-touch buttons and the add 30 second button - those were my favorite features on the old one, and I'm glad they were retained. Also nice to be able to turn the turntable off when you have big, rectangular dishes. This model comes in black or white.

The PEM31 line is a step up. In addition to black and white, it comes in stainless. It is the same size as the JEM25 line, same wattage, and includes the same features. It, however, adds a few more programming options, plus has a sensor to automatically determine when the food is hot. The look is also a bit improved to match the GE Profile line of products. It has a one year warranty like the JEM25, but also has a 5 year warranty on the magnetron. There's a catch, however - the five year warranty is only for parts; you have to pay for labor (which tends to be as, or more expensive than the part).

I went for the JEM25 model since I only use a microwave for warming, and didn't want to pay extra for programming features I'd never use (such as the sensor - have that on another microwave and very rarely use it). My head was turned by the look of the stainless, but a very low price on the JEM from abt sealed the deal.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By BHG on October 15, 2009
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I searched all over for a microwave to go on a shelf that was made specifically to hold a microwave over my stove. The shelf is only cabinet size deep. I didn't realize how hard that is to find! I didn't want to spend a fortune on removing the shelving and oven hood that goes w/ my cabinetry to purchase a built in microwave. This works perfectly! Looks great and is the perfect depth. Very happy.-*****after a year and 2 months of owning this microwave it has now stopped working. Made horribly. Looks good, but not worth the price to last a year!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gumbogrrl on September 28, 2012
This is my 2nd GE microwave to catch fire and my third to die in a short period of time. I went to Consumer Product Safety Council website and apparently this has been happening to dozens of people for years with no recall of what seems to be a faulty component in a number of their microwaves. Stay away - this could have burned down my house I'm lucky that I was home, was able to put out the fire and that my kids weren't hurt. Unfortunately, I remodeled my kitchen with a custom cabinet that fits only this microwave. They offered to replace it with the same product - why would I want a 4th faulty microwave from them?! I'm screwed but save yourself the danger and the headache!
Just found out there is a class action suit against GE for continuing to market faulty microwaves even though they know there is a fire risk with their components.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Prophyry on December 14, 2011
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When we remodeled our kitchen our designer made a space for our microwave that only fits the Spacesaver II. Lucky us. Our second Spacesaver II in about four years died a few days ago and I thought "why not get the next one from Amazon." Ignoring all the bad reviews I forged ahead, since I really had no other choice. Well I just put the new one in and it has a very interesting "feature:" neither the light nor the fan will turn off when you close the door. Its not heating, just that the fan and light don't turn off. I suspect some interlock is not falling into place. Why? Because when you smartly tap the top (or close the door really hard), they turn off. Otherwise it seems to work fine. No apparent shipping damage. So now I have two 50lb bricks instead of microwaves. At least the new brick will heat our stuff until I can get a new one. I don't usually write reviews but this is frustrating enough to warrant one. Unless you can afford to treat these as disposable items (I unfortunately have to) then I'd suggest you look elsewhere.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kim Moushey on January 10, 2011
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I purchased this item the end of October and received it about a week later. I used it for nearly two weeks when it suddenly stopped working. It took service and repair until January 7th to repair it. That was Friday and now it has already stopped working again...three days after the repair. This is obviously a lemon. I have been using a cheap $29 microwave in it's place that I had to purchase because of the long wait for repair. It has been plugged in and sitting in the same location as this item and it has worked great, therefore I am confident that it isn't our wiring or some weird fluke with the location of the item. I really like the options, the size and the appearance of this microwave, but these things are useless if the unit won't work. Sadly I will now wait for another repair, since GE repairs microwaves instead of just replacing such a small appliance. It just doesn't make sense.
Don't waste your time and money on this. I should have heeded the reviews and got something else.
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