Panasonic 27-Inch Trim Kit for 2.2 cuft Panasonic Stainless Microwave Ovens, TK-929SA
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- 27-Inch Wall Installation for all 2.2 Panasonic Stainless Steel Microwaves
- 27-Inch W by 18 3/8-Inch H Outside Dimensions and 24 1/8-Inch W by 13 3/8-Inch H Inside Dimensions
- Cabinet Cut-out is 24 7/8-Inch W by 17 3/8-Inch H by 21-Inch D
- Models include NN-SD962S, NN-SD997S, NN-SE982S and all Panasonic stainless steel microwaves
- Installation required, all parts included for easy installation
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Great fit and finish and installation very easy.
The face trim comes pre-assembled and was slightly out of square, but that was easy to fix. Just be aware that you need to measure both top and bottom when centering the face trim on the cabinet.
The trim kit includes two pieces to attach to the unit itself, along with a base that elevates the unit off the floor of your cabinet. I was not surprised by any of this and I found the installation instructions for all the pieces to be relatively simple to follow. Here's where the trouble began. When the unit sits on the base and has the ventilation apparatus attached to outside (per the instructions) it increases the overall height by several inches. It no longer fit into my cabinet opening after I'd put the ventilation pieces on. I could have used just the base, or used just the ventilation pieces, but not both. Either way, I risked causing a fire because the unit could not vent properly. I wasn't willing to take that chance. I now have to return both and order a microwave with substantially smaller dimensions, and order another trim kit to fit the new unit.
I think a disclosure should be made on the website that if you're planning to use the unit as a built-in, the necessary cabinet dimensions are quite a bit larger than the dimensions of the actual unit. If I'd known the trim kit added this much height, I'd have ordered the correct one in the first place. My old unit only had the base, so I didn't know to expect additional clearance for the ventilation pieces that were attached.
Ont thing to put attention though. The edges are pretty sharp and you could get cut. I filed the corners with the Dremel. It only took a couple minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great with Panasonic NN-SD997S. One word of caution: when buying kitchen appliances, buy cabinet 3" larger then appliance;i.e. Read morePublished 16 months ago by K. Mizuba
Our home had a spot built into the cabinet for a microwave. The local appliance stores offered to install a unit in the existing cavity for about a thousand. Read morePublished on February 6, 2014 by Terrell
Works as described. Directions were correct & helpful. installed in custom built kitchen cabinets and waist level opening. Finished out installation with 100% professional look. Read morePublished on January 16, 2014 by mark
I love the finished look of the trim kit. My contractor installed the kit to fit around the wall opening for my microwave oven. Read morePublished on August 16, 2013 by Kailuagal
was a good price on amazon although it should in all reality be much cheaper for what you get. easy to install. looks great.Published on May 25, 2013 by rikmeister
Easy to install and looks great. Mounted below the countertop is a little awkward but it saves space and looks great.Published on March 8, 2013 by Timothy E Miller
Replaced an old microwave with the newer Panasonic. This trim piece worked fine. I had to modify the cabinet slightly but the trim hid the new raw edges well. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by TEV
The kit was delivered in 2 days. The directions were simiple and clear and installation was a breeze. Only required a 3/16 drill and a screw driver. Read morePublished on November 8, 2012 by JBizzle
This as other trim kits for Panasonic microwaves cost almost as much as the microwave. I started to look for microwave Oct.8 2012 this kit was $139.75 which I thought was to much. Read morePublished on October 25, 2012 by RMC