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Sharp KB-6524PS 24-Inch Microwave Drawer Oven, Stainless

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  • 1000-watt microwave drawer oven with 1-1/5-cubic-foot interior
  • Opens automatically with pull/push of towel-bar handle or press of a button
  • Auto-Touch control panel; digital LCD display; kitchen clock and timer; 11 power levels
  • Sensor Cook; Short Cut options; auto defrost; concealed louvers for a sleek look
  • Measures 26-1/5 by 24 by 15-2/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

Size: 24-Inch | Color: Stainless
  • Product Dimensions: 23.9 x 15.4 x 26.2 inches ; 69 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 98 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Item model number: KB-6524PS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,302 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 24-Inch | Color: Stainless

Sharp KB-6524PS Stainless 24-inch Microwave Drawer. For more than thirty years, Sharp has been the name to trust for cooking innovations like the Carousel microwave turntable. Sharp recently introduced the award-winning Insight Range with the world's first Microwave Drawer Oven. Now Sharp blends style and convenience in a remarkably versatile stand-alone product: the Insight Pro Microwave Drawer Oven. It¿s the most innovative idea yet for where to put the microwave.

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Customer Reviews

It looks so great and works beautifully.
Sandi Griep
We really enjoyed using this microwave while it lasted; however, after 2 1/2 years of use it just stopped working one day.
Sharp customer service is as bad as the product.

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114 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Gymboreejunkie on October 29, 2009
Color Name: StainlessSize Name: 24-Inch
We installed Sharp model KB6524 in June 2009 during a kitchen remodel. Every appliance in our kitchen is new and this particular appliance is my favorite due to the uniqueness and convenience of this model. This microwave has exceeded our expectations in every way. One of the reasons we bought this microwave was that we needed a microwave that would fit under the countertop so our kids could reach it. It is also nice that the door slides open and I can reach down to lift out the food instead of having to reach up at face level and lift food out and down. I liked the unique concept of a drawer that pulls open instead of a door that pops open. I was a little concerned about reviews on earlier models that the auto open and close function on this microwave has a tendency to break. However, it seems that Sharp decided to manufacture this one so it closes with a button or by pushing or pulling on it to eliminate that problem. I was also concerned that it didn't have a piece in it that rotates the food. So, we were surprised to find that none of the food we have cooked has hotspots (note: I only use my microwave for reheating...not cooking). I LOVE this microwave. I had considered purchasing the 30" but decided that it was unlikely that I would need to put a dish in the microwave that was bigger than 24". So far, this has been the perfect size. It is even tall enough that I can put my portable mug in it to heat up my tea. Also, my lovely daughter did not know that you can't put metal in the microwave. She put her fork in with her plate. Surprisingly, the microwave did not arch. We checked the manual and it said you can even use aluminum foil to cover portions of meat. Not sure how they do it, but I'm not likely to try it. The microwave seems fine after the fork episode.Read more ›
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103 of 106 people found the following review helpful By H.M.M. on July 6, 2010
Purchased/installed this model Sharp microwave 11 months ago. Didn't want an over-the-range/hood type microwave and didn't want one sitting on the countertop. We really like the overall design, but...

We have had four service calls in less than a year. Three were when the motorized drawer open/close mechanism failed and had to be repaired. The fourth call I'll describe shortly.

This microwave does not have turntable, but does have a internal "stirrer" (can't see it; it's a perforated disk that rotates behind the inside top panel) meant to distribute the energy and provide even cooking. Despite this it still cooks unevenly. We purchased an after-market wind-up turntable (Micro-Go-Round; about $25; works fine) to use when we need to heat something evenly (vs. heating water, etc.). The fourth service call was when this "stirrer" began rubbing against the top interior of the oven. For some reason it caused a fairly significant arc, burned a hole in the top interior, and sprayed a few bits of molten metal inside the oven.

A $700+ microwave should be as reliable and perform its basic function (heating/cooking food reliably and evenly) at least as well as a $150 one. Sadly, this one does not. Despite its failings we still love the drawer design. However, Sharp needs get its quality control act together and correct the design failings of this product. I'm about to (grudgingly) buy an extended warranty, as I have no confidence we won't continue to have problems with this product.
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By K. Woomer on July 22, 2009
Color Name: StainlessSize Name: 24-Inch
I have had this microwave for 1 year now, it has broken 3 times and Sharp has been terrible about getting it fixed under the warranty. Opening / shutting the drawer is very sensitive & therefore the drawer stops working. No turntable which means you need to manually spin your food around as needed. Overly complicated directions. Too expensive for what you get!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kevin R. Keegan on January 7, 2014
Color Name: StainlessSize Name: 24-Inch
Apparently sharp has a patent on something involved with a drawer microwave, viking and sub zero microwaves are identical to this one in functionality, they just have the more expensive branding on the outside. So if you are looking for a drawer microwave, your options are very limited. That said, I love having a drawer microwave because it removes the appliance from view and it makes it much easier to check/stir things in the microwave when you don't have to take them out.

Now for the bad part. The User Interface for this microwave is awful, it appears to have been made in the 1980s and never improved. Sharp clearly needs to hire Jack Donaghy. (30 Rock Reference) Issues:
- Setting a Timer require two buttons. When you press the timer button you are presented with a menu "Press 1 for Timer, 2 for Clock." Come on Sharp! You figured out the long press on the Child Lockout feature, why not use that here. Annoying.
- Single Tasking Timer - You cannot use the timer and the microwave at the same time. It is a one or the other option. Again, I thought this was an issue resolved 15 years ago.
- The Handle is Mostly Decorative - If you try to open the microwave by using the handle you will discover that pulling it only engages the "automatic motor." If you continue to pull it, you are just fighting against the motor. While sharp doesn't say so in their manual, both the viking and sub zero manuals (which are nearly identical) discourage opening the microwave this way warning that it may result in damage to the drawer portion. Based off of the reviews I have seen, I suspect that this is true.
- Lack of turntable - Sharp claims that one isn't needed, but I am dubious of this claim since virtually every other microwave made today includes one.
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