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GE JES2251SJ Profile 2.2 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Countertop Microwave

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 16.6 x 26.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 41 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000UW1WW8
  • Item model number: JES2251SJ
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,372 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Weights & Dimensions Approximate Shipping Weight: 51 lb Cavity (W x H x D): 17 1/11 x 11 1/2 x 18 31/32 Overall Depth: 19 13/32 in Overall Height: 13 25/32 in Overall Width: 24.09 in Capacity Capacity: Family-Size Total Capacity (cubic feet): 2.20 Features Electronic Digital Display with Clock: Yes Electronic Touch Controls: Yes Variable Scroll Speed: Yes Wattage (IEC-705): 1200 W Power Levels: 10 Delay Start: Yes Soften/Melt: Yes Warm Mode: Yes Breakfast (Sensor): Yes Dinner Plate (Sensor): Yes Lunch/Snack (Sensor): Yes Reheat (Sensor): Yes Turntable: Glass Turntable Size (in.): 16 Defrost Type: Auto & Time Display On/Off: sub-pad w/ zero Sound Volume Control: 4 levels Time Cook: I & II Time Preference: Yes Timer (On/Off): No / Yes Child Lock: Yes Appearance Case Color: Stainless Steel Color Appearance: Stainless Steel Door Color: Stainless Steel Power / Ratings Electrical Input - 120V Amperage: 13.9 Accessories Cookbook: Cooking Guide Label Warranty Parts Warranty: Limited 1-year entire appliance; Limited Labor Warranty: Limited 1-year entire appliance Warranty Notes: For models produced on or after January 1, 2006; See written warranty for full details


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Customer Reviews

Consumer Reports gave this GE model their top rating for large microwave ovens.
Lewis A. Edge Jr.
We had this Microwave for 13 months, (just past the warranty) and it will now only work for 3 seconds and it shuts off.
Amazon Customer
I called GE Customer Service to get them to recommend an authorized repair facility in my town.
Susan52

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150 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Lewis A. Edge Jr. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 23, 2008
E. J. Tastad's review of this product is accurate and appropriate, but I would like to add some additional information. I bought this GE Profile microwave oven in March of 2006 on the recommendation of Consumer Reports. In September 2009 I am sorry to report that I had to throw it out because it wasn't worth repairing. Consumer Reports gave this GE model their top rating for large microwave ovens. It replaced an old Amana RadarRange that I had used for about 25 years before it burst into flames. The Amana had also received Consumer Reports top rating back then. If I recall, my Amana sold for about twice as much money (in 1981 dollars) as this GE costs in 2006 dollars.

Since this microwave oven is more powerful, faster and consumes more electricity than small models, you may need to have a dedicated 20 ampere outlet available for its use. Compared with my old Amana, the GE has a much more uniform distribution of heat when cooking or reheating, probably because the food is rotated on a turntable. As E. J. Tastad found, the defrost cycle is easy to use, gives good distribution of heat and the front panel controls are fairly intuitive. The stainless steel cabinet is attractive and easy to clean.

Unlike my old Amana, this oven cannot multi-task. For example, if you're running the built-in clock timer, you cannot cook or reheat something on a different schedule using different functions. You must stop the clock timer to begin a cook cycle and vice versa. You also cannot program several sequences of automatic operations as my old Amana could accommodate, nor can you program it to start at a later time.

This microwave oven was not as reliable and did not last nearly as long as my old Amana did.
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84 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Eric T TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 18, 2008
Pros:
Large
Fast and Even Heating
Great Defrost
Not too loud

Cons:
Sensor reheat is only good for soups and other substance that it is okay to heat to boiling (don't trust it with Pizza, or other foods like that).

Bottom Line: This is an excellent large microwave for countertop use. The inverter defrost works almost perfectly every time, never cooking my food more than it should, but the reheat is a gimmick.

This is a large countertop microwave, at about 2.2 cubic foot. Coming from an over-the-range microwave this is a huge improvement in size. The microwave heats uniformly and fast (it is 1200 watts). The sensor reheat should only be used on foods it is safe to boil, otherwise it overcooks about everything else. It also works best when you lightly cover the food, as sometimes uncovered food triggers it to turn off too early. Lightly covered is critical, as the sensor works off water vapor temperature being released from the product. If the water vapor cant leave the container it could become superheated. Sensor cook should also only be used under supervision (you should be in the same room).

I have had the microwave for about 6 months now with no issue. It is no louder than other microwaves I have used, and the controls are intuitive and easy to use. You do not have to press a cook button or anything to start your timed cooking. My favorite feature is the inverter defrost. Remember you enter the weight in pounds, so for an 8 oz pack of bacon you would enter "5" and "start" for 1/2 of a pound. If you had a 1.5 pound package of meat, you would enter "15" and "start" for 1.5 pounds. The display shows the weight correctly. Not much else to say about the product, it is a microwave after all.
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74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Wally Reiher on May 26, 2008
I am very disappointed at the poor reliability of this unit. Ours is less than a year old and has failed--now, when attempting to cook, the unit shuts off before the end of the programmed time. Even though the light comes on and the turntable turns, the unit does not heat food. Like others, I purchased this unit based on the recommendation in Consumer Reports; this recommendation didn't pan out. I tried to schedule warranty service and GE is making us wait a week to schedule and their frustrating telephone system does not provide information on where I can take it for service for faster turnaround (and didn't put me in touch with a live representative).

When the microwave oven worked, it worked fine. We replaced a Sharp unit with this one; though this unit has the advantage of a larger capacity, its controls are less intuitive.

Based on poor reliability and poor service, we're certainly not going to buy another GE microwave. We've had good success with GE refrigerators in the past; this is very disappointing. A quick search on the web now reveals that GE microwave ovens are not reliable--many others appear to have similar problems with the magnetrons.

Perhaps this is one reason why GE is looking to sell its appliance business...
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Robert on February 8, 2009
Recently remodeled my kitchen and picked this unit based mostly on looks. I use a microwave mostly for warming up a cup of coffee or the occasional pizza slice (very light use). After owning it for just 45 days, it started smoking and then just cut off it's power while reheating some pasta. Fortunately I was able to return this piece of junk and get a refund. After doing a quick search on the web, I've heard of this exact same problem happening to other unhappy GE customers. One person claimed it started a fire. I have don't know if this is possible, but my GE microwave produced quite a bit of smoke before it turned itself off.
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