options for sensor cooking, heating and defrosting.Thecontrol panel is located behind the oven's door sothat it is hidden from view but easy to reach. A
generous 14-1/8"" turntable accommodates a large casserole dish.
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If this microwave is still on the market DO NOT BUY IT!!!! I had mine for 1yr and had to have the Relay Panel replaced. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mary A Ratayczak
This is the second microwave of this make and model that I bought because I also have the trim kit which makes it look built in. They both broke the same way. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rachel D.
Was a good buy but rusted in the bottom. Constant humidy and cheap steel has done this one inPublished 4 months ago by Snowsnake
Both the primary door lock and the main control circuit board malfunctioned within the first 15 months of usage, after the warranty had expired of course.
This microwave was a replacement. The operation was a little different from the previous unit, but the instruction book provided the necessary education.Published 14 months ago by Neil Karl
Don't confuse this microwave with the nearly-identical R-414HS from the early 2000's.
I had a 414HS which still works, however I burned a bag of popcorn (didn't use the... Read more
3 successive Kenmore oven deaths brought this one. MUCH quieter than the 3 unlamented predecessors, much faster, heats much more efficientlyPublished 14 months ago by PoliSciProf
My original Sharp (manufactured in 2005) was the best microwave I have ever owned. I am old enough to have had the very first microwave on the market. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ann in Colorado